English version

draw (somebody’s) attention

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdraw (somebody’s) attentiondraw (somebody’s) attentionATTENTIONto make someone notice somethingdraw (somebody’s) attention to I have been asked to draw your attention to the following points. A dark house can draw attention to the fact that the house is empty.draw attention to yourself He didn’t want to draw attention to himself. The case drew international attention. draw
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draw attention to yourselfThey're trying to draw attention to themselves.I did a few of the usual idiotic things as a teenager to try to draw attention to myself.By size and design, they are there to draw attention to themselves.Consequently he can not approve of any building that wants to draw attention to itself.Do not draw attention to yourself.He had not parked in front of the house because he had no desire to draw attention to himself.I'd been waiting for some opportunity to show off, to draw attention to myself.Indeed, at times she even seemed to go out of her way to draw attention to herself.Their owners take them for walks on leads, hoping to draw attention to themselves.Carney knew he would draw attention to himself if he rented a boat in the middle of winter.
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