Definition of dragger in English:

dragger

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noun

North American
A fishing boat that uses a dragnet.
More example sentences
  • At the beginning of September, the migrants begin passing through, bound for their northern homes - big yachts back to Oregon or Puget Sound, squid boats and draggers up to Sitka.
  • I'd worked with lobster and scallop boats, a dragger for one very scary November day in Perfect Storm country.
  • Just slowing down is not always the best thing they can do for the fellows in the kayaks or the sunfish or the tender old draggers.

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