- ■ draw into
- ■ draw into
v. i. + prep.1 (trasp.: spec. del treno) arrivare in: Our train was just drawing into the station, il nostro treno stava giusto arrivando in stazione2 (di solito al passivo) coinvolgere in: I don't want to be drawn into their arguments, non voglio essere coinvolto nei loro litigi.
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