pull towards, make sth come nearer; get the attention of, arouse interest or pleasure in
possess the power of drawing objects to or toward it; be pleasing or winning
"Her good looks attract the stares of many men"
"The ad pulled in many potential customers"
"This pianist pulls huge crowds"
"The store owner was happy that the ad drew in many new customers"
"The idea of a vacation appeals to me"
"The beautiful garden attracted many people"
"the gravitational pull of a planet attracts other bodies"
Jet and amber attracteth straws.
出自： Sir T. Browne
Like all other systems which have attracted followers, it addresses itself, not to the logical intellect, but to the imagination.
出自： J. A. Froude
Neither the successful farmers nor the Soil Association have been able to attract official support or recognition.
出自： E. F. Schumacher
The old red-brick houses and innumerable artistic associations of Hampstead attracted architects, artists, and writers.
出自： M. Girouard
There was no population here, until your contraption attracted it.
出自： J. Updike
Some orchids..attract insects by sexual impersonation.
出自： D. Attenborough
She attracted others to virtue.
It attracted many visitors to the place.
In this substance, the atoms are attracted to one another.
Certain metals are attracted to a magnet.
I am attracted to her.
She was attracted to the man by his goodness.
All his life,Jim has been attracted to success.
Insects are attracted to flowers by their colour, scent and nectar.
He felt himself so powerfully attracted to the scientific ideal.
The scenery attracted her to loiter on the way.
误 Her songs attracted us.
正 Her songs attracted our attention.
析 说“引起注意”时不可在attract后仅接人称代词,而应说attract sb's attention。
误 The woman tried to attract him with money.
正 The woman tried to tempt him with money.