Definition of main drag in English:

main drag

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noun

(usually the main drag) North American informal
The main street of a town.
More example sentences
  • A sign on Highway #2, the main drag through the village, directed me left onto Wharf Road.
  • Continuing into town, the tour bus turns down the main drag, Broadway, where wooden sidewalks run alongside colorful false-front buildings.
  • There's not an empty storefront on Oak Street, the main drag through this former orchard-and-lumber hub on the Columbia River.

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