Definition of drag into
: to involve (a person, group, etc.) in (a difficult or complicated situation) I'm sorry for dragging you into this. We will not let the country be dragged into another war.
Word by Word Definitions
: something used to drag (see 2drag) with
: a device for dragging under water to detect or obtain objects
: something that is dragged, pulled, or drawn along or over a surface: such as
: to draw or pull slowly or heavily : haul
: to cause (as oneself) to move with slowness or difficulty
: to cause to trail (see 1trail 1a) along a surface
: of, being, involving, or intended for a person wearing clothing typical of the opposite sex : of, being, involving, or intended for a person in drag (see 1drag 7b)
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