Expressions using Themes (e.g. Collocations, IELTS, Business English)
Collocations are words that usually go together in English.
Here we are going to look at words that go with the verb 'draw' to make useful and popular expressions you will hear in social and professional contexts.
Draw (in) a crowd/audience
To draw in a crowd or draw in an audience means to attract the attention of many people and make them interested in what you are saying or representing.
Draw a conclusion
To draw a conclusion means to come to an agreement or to reach a decision.
Draw attention to
To draw attention to something means to attract attention or invite someone to look at or examine.
If you draw criticism you are the subject of negative feedback or inviting criticism of your work.
Drawn towards (an idea or method)
When you are drawn towards something - such as an idea or a method - you are in favour or in support of it.