Focus on the pronunciation of draw
English definition of “draw”
/drɔ/ v [I/T] (past tense drew /dru/, past participle drawn /drɔn/) (PULL/PULL IN)
› to pull or direct something or someone in a particular direction, or attract someone toward a particular place: [T] The Grand Canyon draws millions of tourists each year. [T] I would like to thank Professor Reynolds for drawing my attention to this article. › To draw is also to pull together or close something covering a window, so that no one can see you: [T] She drew the blinds and sat down to read. › To draw is also to suck in: [I] He sharply drew in his breath.