2. phrasal verb If you draw someone in or draw them into something you are involved with, you cause them to become involved with it. [V n P] ⇒ It won't be easy for you to draw him in. [V n P] ⇒ You gradually fall under the spell and get drawn in deeper and deeper. [V n P n] ⇒ Don't let him draw you into his strategy. [Also V P n (not pron)] 3. phrasal verb → draw If you draw in your breath, you breathe in deeply. If you draw in air, you take it into your lungs as you breathe in. [V n P] ⇒ Rose drew her breath in sharply. [V P n] ⇒ Roll the wine around in your mouth, drawing in air at the same time.
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