draw attention to (oneself, someone, or something)

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draw attention to (oneself, someone, or something)

To induce others to look at or focus on oneself, someone, or something. Because Alison was late, she crept into the conference room quietly, in an attempt to avoid drawing attention to herself. I put the blanket there strategically to avoid drawing attention to the stain on the couch.
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draw someone's attention to someone or something

to attract someone to notice or focus on someone or something. Now, I would like to draw your attention to Fred, the gentleman we have all heard so much about. Could I draw your attention to the statue standing at the entrance?
See also: attention, draw
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To honour him, each day this week, I will draw attention to one of his many incredible achievements.
I would like to draw attention to one fact that I have not met either in Singapore or Australia a progressive taxation regime was proposed, which allows minimizing risks and making this object more attractive for investors and startups.
IN an effort to draw attention to one of the oldest and most neglected historical sites Mehrgarh in Balochistan a rally was organised in Quetta the other day.
NSN: As a writer and critic with an interest in multicultural studies, I found it essential to study this novel, via a critical analysis, as an attempt to draw attention to one of a few such novelistic works being heard and discussed in different academic platforms in the West and elsewhere.
To draw attention to one example only Punjab has a cabinet of 23 not including advisor(s).
"It is a privilege to be able to draw attention to one of our community members who did so much and did it so quietly and so well," said Monica Philbin, executive director of the Greater Meredith Program.
Erik's post did actually draw attention to one of the more worrying signs of bullish sentiment in equities: the market leadership of the "FANG" stocks.
The project was posted on social media and managed to draw attention to one of the types of discrimination that most people are not willing to speak about.
To do otherwise is to draw attention to one's insensitivity towards others or lack of a true sense of justice.
In total, more than 1,000 words became new members of the dictionary this , and they included everything from slang (like (https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/humblebrag) humblebrag , defined as "to make a seemingly modest, self-critical, or casual statement or reference that is meant to draw attention to one's admirable or impressive qualities or achievements"), to politics (a (https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/truther) truther  is "one who believes that the truth about an important subject or event is being concealed from the public by a powerful conspiracy") and technology ((https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/botnet) botnet  means "a network of computers that have been linked together by malware").
I would particularly draw attention to one of Kidd's careful innovations.
The NTSB's Peter Knudson responded, "The purpose of the safety alert is to draw attention to one, relatively new, strategy of midair collision avoidance, but is not an all-encompassing digest of prevention strategies.
WHEN world leaders gather in Paris today to begin the final stage of negotiations for a binding treaty limiting greenhouse gas emissions, they will draw attention to one of the proven effects of climate change: Extreme weather.
"We wanted to draw attention to one of our latest subsidiaries which is Comicave Studios, the designing arm of Comicave Retail.
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