Draw to an end
The long, severe winter drew to an end, and with the coming of spring, flowers began to blossom and birds to sing.
This idiom means to reach the end, or finish.
The dull lecture finally drew to an end, and the students trooped out of the hall in relief.
The chairman’s speech was so boring that Mukund dropped off, and had to be nudged awake by the person sitting next to him.
“I’ve been working all day,” said Ruchika. “If I close my eyes, I’ll drop off.”
To drop off means to fall asleep.