1. phrasal verb
The days draw in and the mornings get darker.
2. phrasal verb
If you draw
something you are involved with, you cause them to become involved with it.
It won't be easy for you to draw him in.
You gradually fall under the spell and get drawn in deeper and deeper.
Don't let him draw you into his strategy.
3. phrasal verb draw
If you draw in
, you breathe
in deeply. If you draw in
air, you take it into your lungs
as you breathe in.
Rose drew her breath in sharply.
Roll the wine around in your mouth, drawing in air at the same time.
COBUILD Advanced English Dictionary. Copyright © HarperCollins Publishers