There are 2 translations of drag in Spanish:

drag1

(-gg-)
Pronunciation: /dræg/

vt

  • 1 1.1 (haul) arrastrar, llevar a rastras she dragged herself over to the phone fue a rastras or fue arrastrándose hasta el teléfono to drag sb's name o reputation through the mud o dirt cubrir* de fango or manchar el buen nombre de algn 1.2 (force) [colloquial/familiar] I dragged myself out of bed me forcé a salir de la cama we had to drag the information out of him tuvimos que sacarle la información con tirabuzón [familiar/colloquial] how did I get dragged into this ridiculous plan? ¿cómo me dejé meter en un plan tan absurdo? it's hard to drag him away from the television set cuesta sacarlo de enfrente del televisor I could hardly bear to drag myself away no tenía ninguna gana de irme
  • 2 (allow to trail) [tail/garment/anchor] arrastrar the dog was dragging its broken leg el perro iba arrastrando la pata rota I don't want to drag the kids around with me all day no quiero andar con los niños a cuestas todo el día to drag one's feet o heels (act slowly, unwillingly) dar(le)* largas al asunto (lit: scuff along) andar* arrastrando los pies

vi

  • 1 1.1 (trail) [anchor] garrar; [coat] arrastrar her dress dragged behind her el vestido le arrastraba por detrás 1.2 (lag) rezagarse*
  • 2 (go on slowly) [work/conversation] hacerse* pesado; [film/play] hacerse* largo the meeting really dragged la reunión se hizo eterna
  • 3 (race cars) (AmE) [colloquial/familiar], echarse un pique [familiar/colloquial]

Phrasal verbs

drag down

v + o + adv, v + adv + o
1.1 (morally) arrastrar he tries to drag everyone down to his own level quiere arrastrar a los demás a su mismo nivel 1.2 (physically) debilitar

drag in

v + o + adv, v + adv + o
[subject/topic] sacar* a colación

drag on

v + adv
alargarse* (interminablemente)

drag out

v + o + adv, v + adv + o

drag up

v + o + adv, v + adv + o
1.1 (recall) sacar* a relucir why drag that up now? ¿qué sentido tiene sacar eso a relucir ahora? 1.2 (bring up) (BrE) [humorístico/humorous], criar* where were you dragged up? ¿y tú dónde te criaste or dónde aprendiste esos modales?

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There are 2 translations of drag in Spanish:

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n

  • 2 u (resistant force) resistencia (f) al avance
  • 5 u (women's clothes) to wear drag vestirse* de mujer in drag vestido de mujer (before n) [act/show] de travestis or transformistas drag artist drag (queen) (f), transformista (m) drag queen drag (queen) (f), reinona (f) [Esp arg]
  • 6 c (dragnet) red (f) barredera
  • 7 (street) (AmE) [slang/argot] the main drag la calle principal

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