One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Come to a halt.‘drivers drew up at the lights’
stop, pull up, come to a halt, come to a stop, halt, come to a standstill, brake, park, arriveView synonyms
- ‘As we taxied to a halt, a car drew up to the plane's steps to take us home through mundane rush-hour traffic.’
- ‘They turned into the gravelled main street and drew up at the petrol pumps.’
- ‘As you drew up in front of the palace, at a sign from the major domo, the band would play God Save the Nizam and God Save the King Emperor.’
- ‘Upon their return they were marched along Broughton Road and drew up outside the Town Hall before being dismissed.’
- ‘They stood together and waved to everyone on departure and then parted, only coming together as they drew up to Richmond.’
- ‘The man drew up close to her while both were riding in the same direction, and reached out and touched her inappropriately.’
- ‘Indeed, the bus drew up to my alighting stop when I was just ten metres from it.’
- ‘A few hours later, just as Bob and his family were coming home from the cinema, Granny's taxi drew up outside the house.’
- ‘The driver had approached Bob after they drew up at traffic lights on Broadway, Chadderton.’
- ‘As he approached Ashdon Way in Basildon he drew up at a bus stop where he saw a young man.’
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