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dragged-out

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Definition of dragged-out in English:

adjective

Continued for a long time, especially for longer than is necessary: a long, dragged-out story
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  • The companies could have lost market share because of the dragged-out merger process.
  • They are sick of year on year below-inflation pay deals and dragged-out pay negotiations.
  • It's going to be a long, dragged-out fight no matter what.

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