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[dræg] verb I
1) [T] to pull something along with difficulty, especially something heavy
She dragged her suitcase down the path.[/ex]
2) [T] to pull someone strongly or violently when they do not want to go with you
I grabbed his arm and dragged him over to the window.[/ex]
3) [T] to make someone leave or go to a place when they do not want to
You dragged me away from my meeting just to tell me this![/ex]
4) [I] if something drags on or along the ground, it touches the ground as you move along, because it is too long or too heavy
I heard a chain dragging along the ground.[/ex]
5) [I] if time drags, it seems to pass very slowly
6) [T] computing
to move something across a computer screen using the MOUSE
drag your feet — to do something very slowly because you do not really want to do it[/ex]
- drag sb into sth
- drag on
- drag sth out
II
noun
drag [dræg]
1) [singular] informal
something that is boring or annoying
2) [U] women's clothes worn by a man, or men's clothes worn by a woman
3) [C] an act of breathing in smoke from a cigarette

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