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English definition of “draw in”

draw in

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verb uk phrasal verb with draw   /drɔː/ us    /drɑː/ (drew, drawn)
If days, evenings, or nights draw in, it becomes darker earlier because autumn or winter is coming.Darkness and becoming dark
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