Definition of dragger in English:

dragger

Syllabification: drag·ger
Pronunciation: /ˈdragər
 
/

noun

North American
  • A trawler.
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    • He said, ‘in the 1960's English and Polish draggers, and the use of gill nets which caught the breeding fish, all played a part in the demise of the cod’.
    • Shelburne County Resident: dragger quotas are the same as last year.

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