Originally Posted by SoothingDave. It needs to be a noun form, which is why it would be "attraction" and not "attract." "Draw" works as a verb or noun. A "big attraction" could refer to the physical size of the attraction and not the size of the crowd it attracts. @SoothingDave, thank you for this explanation.
C) a huge attraction. D) a keen contest. Answer: C) a huge attraction. Explanation: Subject: English. Exam Prep: AIEEE , Bank Exams , CAT , GATE , GRE. Job Role: Analyst , Bank Clerk , Bank PO. Q: In the following question, four words are given out of which one word is correctly spelt.
Big Draw? Hi. Can anyone tell what "big draw" means in following pargraph: "A big draw of Google+ is the way it forces users to separate family, friends, and acquaintances into separate groups, called "circles." Users can create their own custom circles and add people by dragging them in from a list of contacts."
a big/huge draw As in China, the big draw is India's massive and lucrative domestic market potential. [ usually singular ] an act of using some of the supply of something, especially oil or gas , or the amount that is used:
3. To extend something for a longer period than is or seems necessary. A noun or pronoun can be used between "draw" and "out." Just when I thought the professor couldn't draw out this lecture any more, he droned on about torts for another half hour.
Draw definition is - to make (a picture, image, etc.) by making lines on a surface especially with a pencil, pen, marker, chalk, etc., but not usually with paint. See more meanings of draw.
1 to make a representation of by producing lines on a surface. see if you can draw the bowl of fruit. Synonyms for draw. picture. Words Related to draw. caricature, cartoon. crayon, ink,
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