Definition of drawing card in English:

drawing card

Syllabification: draw·ing card
Pronunciation: /ˌdrô-iNG ˈkärd
 
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(British drawcard /ˈdrôˌkärd/)

noun

informal
  • A quality or feature that evokes interest or liking; an attraction: rookie fireball flingers are the prime drawing cards of spring baseball
    More example sentences
    • Our trip underscored the extent to which the Mississippi River has become an economic development drawing card for the towns and cities along its banks.
    • By far, the biggest drawing card is the historic city center, which is undergoing a face-lift.
    • His departure will create a major void in our art scene and in the nonprofit sector that he has ever so generously supported with vibrant works that were drawing cards for countless fund-raisers.

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