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draw to a close

1. To end. As the graduation ceremony drew to a close, I started to feel nervous excitement for the future.
2. To cause something to end. In this usage, a noun or pronoun is used between "draw" and "to." The principal drew the graduation ceremony to a close with a few final remarks.
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draw something to a close

to make something come to an end. It is time we drew this evening to a close. Ann drew the meeting to a close with a few words of encouragement.
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draw to a close

to end; to come to an end. This evening is drawing to a close. It's a shame that our vacation is drawing to a close.
See also: close, draw