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English definition of “gravitate towards/to sth/sb”

gravitate towards/to sth/sb

UK (US gravitate toward sth/sb)
verb uk phrasal verb with gravitate   /ˈɡræv.ɪ.teɪt/ us  
to be attracted by or to move in the direction of something or someone: Susie always gravitates towards the older children in her playgroup.LikingAdvancing and moving forward
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