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drag

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1 someone or something boring
  • That lecture was such a drag that half of the audience fell asleep.
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4 the portion of a serving of a beverage that is swallowed at one time
  • took a deep drag of coffee before speaking his piece
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5 a person who spoils the pleasure of others
  • C'mon, don't be a drag—let's stay out a little longer.
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6 clothing chosen as appropriate for a specific situation
  • attending the Renaissance fair in medieval drag
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drag

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1 to cause to follow by applying steady force on
  • The deliveryman dragged the barrels over against the wall.
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2 to move or act slowly
  • One of the climbers was beginning to drag.
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drag one's feet (also drag one's heels), drop behind, fall behind, hang fire, mark time, take one's time

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3 to move slowly
  • The play dragged and seemed to take forever to get to its predictable conclusion.
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fly, race, speed, whiz (or whizz), zip



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