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drag US English

Pull (someone or something) along forcefully, roughly, or with difficulty

drag US Thesaurus

she dragged the chair backward

haul ass US English

Hurry or move fast

drag in ruff4 US English

One of the basic patterns (rudiments) of drumming, consisting of a single note preceded by either two grace notes played with the other stick (double-stroke ruff or drag) or three grace notes played with alternating sticks (four-stroke ruff)

in drag US English

Wearing the clothing of the opposite sex

drag bunt US English

A bunt, usually by a left-handed batter, that is hit down the first baseline

drag lift US English

A type of ski lift which pulls skiers up a slope on their skis

drag race US English

A race between two or more cars over a short distance, usually a quarter of a mile, as a test of acceleration

form drag US English

That part of the drag on an airfoil that arises from its shape. It varies according to the angle of attack and can be decreased by streamlining

main drag US English

The main street of a town

slow drag US English

A slow blues rhythm or piece of music

drag chain US English

A chain used to slow down or steady the motion of a vehicle

drag hound US English

A hound used to hunt with a drag

drag queen US English

A man who dresses up in women’s clothes, typically for the purposes of entertainment

drag strip US English

A straight, paved track or section of road used for drag racing

fiscal drag US English

The deflationary effect of a progressive taxation system on a country’s economy. As wages rise, a higher proportion of income is paid in tax

induced drag US English

That part of the drag on an airfoil that arises from the development of lift

drag one's feet US English

Walk slowly and wearily or with difficulty

drag-and-drop US English

Move (an icon or other image) to another part of the screen using a mouse or similar device, typically in order to perform some operation on a file or document

drag at in drag US English

Catch hold of and pull (something)

drag on in drag US English

(Of a person) inhale the smoke from (a cigarette)

drag something out US English

Extract information from someone against their will

drag oneself in drag US English

Go somewhere wearily, reluctantly, or with difficulty

knock-down-drag-out US English

A free-for-all fight

drag something up in drag US English

Deliberately mention an unwelcome or unpleasant fact

drag something in/into in drag US English

Introduce an irrelevant or inappropriate subject

drag something out in drag US English

Protract something unnecessarily

drag someone/something into in drag US English

Involve someone or something in (a situation or matter), typically when such involvement is inappropriate or unnecessary

drag someone/something down in drag US English

Bring someone or something to a lower level or standard

drag one's heels in drag one's feet US English

(Of a person or organization) be deliberately slow or reluctant to act

in drag in drag US English

Wearing the clothing of the opposite sex

drag someone through the mud US English

Slander or denigrate someone publicly

haul ass in ass2 US English

Hurry or move fast

drag someone/something through the mud US English

Make damaging allegations about someone or something

dragline US English

A large excavator with a bucket pulled in by a wire cable

drag the name of someone through the dirt US English

Give someone or something a bad reputation through bad behavior or damaging revelations

drag one's feet in drag US English

Walk slowly and wearily or with difficulty

drag one's heels in drag US English

(Of a person or organization) be deliberately slow or reluctant to act

drag on in drag US Thesaurus

their feud has dragged on for years

drag out in drag US Thesaurus

let's not drag out the Q and A session with issues that can't be addressed at this point

pull oneself up by one's bootstraps US English

Improve one’s position by one’s own efforts

drag someone/something through the mud in drag US English

Make damaging allegations about someone or something

drag someone through the mud in mud US English

Slander or denigrate someone publicly

pull oneself up by one's bootstraps in bootstrap US English

Improve one’s position by one’s own efforts

drag the name of someone through the dirt in dirt US English

Give someone or something a bad reputation through bad behavior or damaging revelations


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