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drag

 (drăg)
v. dragged, drag·ging, drags
v.tr.
1. To pull along with difficulty or effort; haul: dragged the heavy box out of the way. See Synonyms at pull.
2. To cause to trail along a surface, especially the ground: Don't drag your coat in the mud.
3. Computers
a. To move (a pointing device, such as a mouse) while pressing down on one of its buttons.
b. To move (an element of a graphical display) on a computer screen using a pointing device.
4.
a. To cause to move great effort: dragged himself into the doctor's office.
b. To take or escort (a person, for example), especially in overcoming resistance or reluctance: dragged my father to the reception.
c. To cause to be involved in an unpleasant or difficult situation: Why did you drag me into this mess?
d. To force or bring out with great effort: dragged the truth out of the reluctant witness.
5. To mention or introduce (an unpleasant or tedious subject): dragged up that embarrassing incident; is always dragging his money problems into the conversation.
6.
a. To search or sweep the bottom of (a body of water), as with a grappling hook or dragnet: dragged the river looking for the suitcase.
b. To bring up or catch by such means.
7. To prolong tediously: dragged the story out.
8. Baseball To hit (a bunt) while taking the first steps toward first base.
9. To break up, rake, or smooth out (land or dirt), especially by pulling a drag or heavy mesh: dragged the infield between innings.
v.intr.
1. To trail along the ground: The dog's leash dragged on the sidewalk.
2. To move slowly or with effort: He dragged along behind us.
3. To pass or proceed slowly, tediously, or laboriously: The time dragged as we waited.
4. To search or dredge the bottom of a body of water: dragging for the sunken craft.
5. To take part in a drag race.
6. To draw on a cigarette, pipe, or cigar.
n.
1.
a. Something, such as a harrow or an implement for spreading manure, that is dragged along the ground.
b. A device, such as a grappling hook, that is used for dragging under water.
c. A heavy sledge or cart for hauling loads.
d. A large four-horse coach with seats inside and on top.
2.
a. Something, such as a sea anchor or a brake on a fishing reel, that retards motion.
b. One that impedes or slows progress; a drawback or burden: the drag of taxation on economic growth.
3.
a. The degree of resistance involved in dragging or hauling.
b. The retarding force exerted on a moving body by a fluid medium such as air or water.
4. The act of dragging, especially a slow, laborious movement.
5.
a. The scent or trail of a fox or another animal.
b. Something that provides an artificial scent.
6. Slang One that is obnoxiously tiresome: The evening was a real drag.
7. A puff on a cigarette, pipe, or cigar.
8. Slang A street or road: the town's main drag.
9. The clothing characteristic of one sex when worn by a member of the opposite sex: an actor in drag.
adj.
Of, relating to, or being a person wearing clothing characteristic of the opposite sex: a drag performer; a drag show.
Idiom:
drag (one's) feet/heels
To act or work with intentional slowness; delay.

[Middle English draggen, from Old Norse draga or variant of Middle English drawen; see draw.]

drag

(dræɡ)
vb, drags, dragging or dragged
1. to pull or be pulled with force, esp along the ground or other surface
2. (tr; often foll by away or from) to persuade to come away (from something attractive or interesting): he couldn't drag himself away from the shop.
3. to trail or cause to trail on the ground
4. (tr) to move (oneself, one's feet, etc) with effort or difficulty: he drags himself out of bed at dawn.
5. to linger behind
6. (often foll by: on or out) to prolong or be prolonged tediously or unnecessarily: his talk dragged on for hours.
7. (foll by: out) to pass (time) in discomfort, poverty, unhappiness, etc: he dragged out his few remaining years.
8. (General Engineering) (when: intr, usually foll by for) to search (the bed of a river, canal, etc) with a dragnet or hook: they dragged the river for the body.
9. (Agriculture) (tr foll by out or from) to crush (clods) or level (a soil surface) by use of a drag
10. (Hunting) (of hounds) to follow (a fox or its trail) to the place where it has been lying
11. (intr) slang to draw (on a cigarette, pipe, etc)
12. (Computer Science) computing to move (data) from one place to another on the screen by manipulating a mouse with its button held down
13. (Nautical Terms) drag anchor (of a vessel) to move away from its mooring because the anchor has failed to hold
14. drag one's feet drag one's heels informal to act with deliberate slowness
15. drag someone's name in the mud to disgrace or defame someone
n
16. the act of dragging or the state of being dragged
17. (General Engineering) an implement, such as a dragnet, dredge, etc, used for dragging
18. (Agriculture) Also called: drag harrow a type of harrow consisting of heavy beams, often with spikes inserted, used to crush clods, level soil, or prepare seedbeds
19. (Individual Sports, other than specified) a sporting coach with seats inside and out, usually drawn by four horses
20. (General Engineering) a braking or retarding device, such as a metal piece fitted to the underside of the wheel of a horse-drawn vehicle
21. a person or thing that slows up progress
22. slow progress or movement
23. (Aeronautics) aeronautics the resistance to the motion of a body passing through a fluid, esp through air: applied to an aircraft in flight, it is the component of the resultant aerodynamic force measured parallel to the direction of air flow
24. (Hunting) the trail of scent left by a fox or other animal hunted with hounds
25. (Hunting) an artificial trail of a strong-smelling substance, sometimes including aniseed, drawn over the ground for hounds to follow
26. (Hunting) See drag hunt
27. (Angling) angling unnatural movement imparted to a fly, esp a dry fly, by tension on the angler's line
28. informal a person or thing that is very tedious; bore: exams are a drag.
29. (Automotive Engineering) slang a car
30. (Motor Racing) short for drag race
31. (Clothing & Fashion) slang
a. women's clothes worn by a man, usually by a transvestite (esp in the phrase in drag)
b. (as modifier): a drag club; drag show.
c. clothes collectively
32. informal a draw on a cigarette, pipe, etc
33. slang US influence or persuasive power
34. chiefly slang US a street or road
[Old English dragan to draw; related to Swedish dragga]

drag

(dræg)

v. dragged, drag•ging,
n., adj. v.t.
1. to draw slowly and with effort; haul.
2. to search with a drag, grapnel, or the like: to drag a lake for a gun.
3. to smooth (land) with a drag or harrow.
4. to introduce or insert: He drags his war stories into every conversation.
5. to protract (something) tediously (often fol. by out): They dragged the discussion out for three hours.
6. to pull (a graphical image) from one place to another on a computer display screen, esp. by using a mouse.
v.i.
7. to be drawn or hauled along.
8. to trail on the ground.
9. to move heavily or slowly and with great effort.
10. to feel listless or move in such a manner (often fol. by around): This heat has everyone dragging around.
11. to lag behind.
12. to take part in a drag race.
13. to take a puff: to drag on a cigarette.
n.
14. any device for dragging the bottom of a body of water to recover or detect objects.
15. a heavy wooden or steel frame drawn over the ground to smooth it.
16. a sledge for moving heavy objects.
17. Slang. someone or something tedious; a bore.
18. the aerodynamic force exerted on an airfoil, airplane, or other aerodynamic body that tends to reduce its forward motion.
19. a metal shoe that serves as a brake for wagon wheels.
20. an act of dragging.
21. slow, laborious procedure.
22. something that retards progress.
23. a puff on a cigarette, pipe, etc.
24. Slang. clothing characteristically worn by the opposite sex: to go to a dance in drag.
25. Slang. influence; clout.
26. Slang. a girl or woman that one is escorting; date.
27. Slang. a dance, as at a high school or college.
adj.
29. Slang. associated with the opposite sex.
[1350–1400; Middle English; probably < Middle Low German dragge grapnel, draggen to dredge, derivative of drag- draw]
drag′ger, n.

drag

(drăg)
The force that opposes or slows a body's movement through a fluid medium such as air or water. Drag can be reduced by sleek designs that cause less turbulence. Compare lift. See Note at aerodynamics.

drag

Force of aerodynamic resistance caused by the violent currents behind the shock front.

drag


Past participle: dragged
Gerund: dragging

Imperative
drag
drag
Present
I drag
you drag
he/she/it drags
we drag
you drag
they drag
Preterite
I dragged
you dragged
he/she/it dragged
we dragged
you dragged
they dragged
Present Continuous
I am dragging
you are dragging
he/she/it is dragging
we are dragging
you are dragging
they are dragging
Present Perfect
I have dragged
you have dragged
he/she/it has dragged
we have dragged
you have dragged
they have dragged
Past Continuous
I was dragging
you were dragging
he/she/it was dragging
we were dragging
you were dragging
they were dragging
Past Perfect
I had dragged
you had dragged
he/she/it had dragged
we had dragged
you had dragged
they had dragged
Future
I will drag
you will drag
he/she/it will drag
we will drag
you will drag
they will drag
Future Perfect
I will have dragged
you will have dragged
he/she/it will have dragged
we will have dragged
you will have dragged
they will have dragged
Future Continuous
I will be dragging
you will be dragging
he/she/it will be dragging
we will be dragging
you will be dragging
they will be dragging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dragging
you have been dragging
he/she/it has been dragging
we have been dragging
you have been dragging
they have been dragging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dragging
you will have been dragging
he/she/it will have been dragging
we will have been dragging
you will have been dragging
they will have been dragging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dragging
you had been dragging
he/she/it had been dragging
we had been dragging
you had been dragging
they had been dragging
Conditional
I would drag
you would drag
he/she/it would drag
we would drag
you would drag
they would drag
Past Conditional
I would have dragged
you would have dragged
he/she/it would have dragged
we would have dragged
you would have dragged
they would have dragged
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.drag - the phenomenon of resistance to motion through a fluid
resistance - any mechanical force that tends to retard or oppose motion
sonic barrier, sound barrier - the increase in aerodynamic drag as an airplane approaches the speed of sound
windage - the retarding force of air friction on a moving object
2.drag - something that slows or delays progress; "taxation is a drag on the economy"; "too many laws are a drag on the use of new land"
deterrent, hinderance, hindrance, impediment, balk, baulk, handicap, check - something immaterial that interferes with or delays action or progress
3.drag - something tedious and boring; "peeling potatoes is a drag"
tediousness, tiresomeness, tedium - dullness owing to length or slowness
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
4.drag - clothing that is conventionally worn by the opposite sex (especially women's clothing when worn by a man); "he went to the party dressed in drag"; "the waitresses looked like missionaries in drag"
article of clothing, clothing, habiliment, wearable, vesture, wear - a covering designed to be worn on a person's body
5.drag - a slow inhalation (as of tobacco smoke); "he took a puff on his pipe"; "he took a drag on his cigarette and expelled the smoke slowly"
smoking, smoke - the act of smoking tobacco or other substances; "he went outside for a smoke"; "smoking stinks"
breathing in, inhalation, intake, aspiration, inspiration - the act of inhaling; the drawing in of air (or other gases) as in breathing
toke - a puff of a marijuana or hashish cigarette; "the boys took a few tokes on a joint"
6.drag - the act of dragging (pulling with force); "the drag up the hill exhausted him"
pull, pulling - the act of pulling; applying force to move something toward or with you; "the pull up the hill had him breathing harder"; "his strenuous pulling strained his back"
Verb1.drag - pull, as against a resistance; "He dragged the big suitcase behind him"; "These worries were dragging at him"
draw, pull, force - cause to move by pulling; "draw a wagon"; "pull a sled"
pull along, schlep, shlep - pull along heavily, like a heavy load against a resistance; "Can you shlep this bag of potatoes upstairs?"; "She pulled along a large trunk"
trail, train - drag loosely along a surface; allow to sweep the ground; "The toddler was trailing his pants"; "She trained her long scarf behind her"
drag in, embroil, sweep up, tangle, drag, sweep - force into some kind of situation, condition, or course of action; "They were swept up by the events"; "don't drag me into this business"
2.drag - draw slowly or heavily; "haul stones"; "haul nets"
draw, pull, force - cause to move by pulling; "draw a wagon"; "pull a sled"
bouse, bowse - haul with a tackle
3.drag - force into some kind of situation, condition, or course of action; "They were swept up by the events"; "don't drag me into this business"
involve - engage as a participant; "Don't involve me in your family affairs!"
4.drag - move slowly and as if with great effort
go, locomote, move, travel - change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically; "How fast does your new car go?"; "We travelled from Rome to Naples by bus"; "The policemen went from door to door looking for the suspect"; "The soldiers moved towards the city in an attempt to take it before night fell"; "news travelled fast"
5.drag - to lag or linger behinddrag - to lag or linger behind; "But in so many other areas we still are dragging"
lag, fall back, fall behind, dawdle - hang (back) or fall (behind) in movement, progress, development, etc.
6.drag - suck in or take (air); "draw a deep breath"; "draw on a cigarette"
breathe in, inhale, inspire - draw in (air); "Inhale deeply"; "inhale the fresh mountain air"; "The patient has trouble inspiring"; "The lung cancer patient cannot inspire air very well"
7.drag - use a computer mouse to move icons on the screen and select commands from a menu; "drag this icon to the lower right hand corner of the screen"
move, displace - cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense; "Move those boxes into the corner, please"; "I'm moving my money to another bank"; "The director moved more responsibilities onto his new assistant"
8.drag - walk without lifting the feet
scuffle, shamble, shuffle - walk by dragging one's feet; "he shuffled out of the room"; "We heard his feet shuffling down the hall"
9.drag - search (as the bottom of a body of water) for something valuable or lost
look for, search, seek - try to locate or discover, or try to establish the existence of; "The police are searching for clues"; "They are searching for the missing man in the entire county"
10.drag - persuade to come away from something attractive or interesting; "He dragged me away from the television set"
persuade - cause somebody to adopt a certain position, belief, or course of action; twist somebody's arm; "You can't persuade me to buy this ugly vase!"
11.drag - proceed for an extended period of time; "The speech dragged on for two hours"
proceed, go - follow a certain course; "The inauguration went well"; "how did your interview go?"

drag

verb
1. pull, draw, haul, trail, tow, tug, jerk, yank, hale, lug He got up and dragged his chair towards the table.
2. lag, trail, linger, loiter, straggle, dawdle, hang back, tarry, draggle I was dragging behind
3. go slowly, inch, creep, crawl, advance slowly The minutes dragged past.
noun
1. (Slang) nuisance, pain (informal), bore, bother, pest, hassle (informal), inconvenience, annoyance, pain in the neck, pain in the arse (taboo informal), pain in the backside, pain in the butt (informal) Shopping for clothes is a drag.
drag on last, continue, carry on, remain, endure, persist, linger, abide The conflict has dragged on for two years.
drag something in mention, refer to, bring up, point out, allude to, call attention to, touch upon, broach the subject of, speak about or of They disapproved of my dragging in his wealth.
drag something out prolong, extend, keep going, stretch out, lengthen, draw out, spin out, protract a company that was willing to drag out the proceedings for years
drag yourself go slowly, creep, crawl, inch, shuffle, shamble, limp along, move at a snail's pace, advance slowly I managed to drag myself to the surgery.

drag

verb
1. To exert force so as to move (something) toward the source of the force:
2. To hang or cause to hang down and be pulled along behind:
3. To advance slowly:
4. To go or move slowly so that progress is hindered:
noun
1. The act of drawing or pulling a load:
2. An inhalation, as of a cigar, pipe, or cigarette:
Slang: hit.
Translations
سَحْبَة دُخان، مَجَّهشَيءٌ مُمِل وبارِدعائِق، شَيءٌ مُعَرْقِللِباس المَرأَه عندما يلْبِسُها الرَّجُليَبْحَثُ بواسِطَة شَبَكَه
táhnouttáhnout sevléci sezátěžotrava
trækkedraghæmskohivkedsommelig oplevelse
raahatavetäädragkiskoapettymys
vući
kikotornői jelmezvonszolvontatottan folyik
draga aî sérdraga, mjakadraga, togadragast eftir jörîuhindrun, dragbítur
引っ張る
(...을) 끌다
driektisgraibytilėtai slinktimoteriški drabužiainuobodybė
bremzedūmu ievilkšanagarlaicīgs pasākumskavēklislēni vilkties
prečesávaťťahať sa
vlečivleči se
dra
ลาก
sürüklemektaramakuzayıp gitmekçekerek götürmekçekip almak
kéo lê

drag

[dræ>g]
A. N
1. (= restraint) the satellite acts like a drag on the shuttleel satélite hace más lento el avance del transbordador espacial
the region is a drag on the country's financial resources (fig) → la región supone una sangría or un desaguadero para los recursos económicos del país
these conservative institutions were seen as a drag on progress (fig) → estas instituciones conservadoras eran consideradas un obstáculo or estorbo para el progreso
2. (Aer) (= resistance) → resistencia f aerodinámica
3. (= boring thing) → lata f, rollo m (Sp)
what a drag!¡qué lata!, ¡qué rollo! (Sp)
she's a real drag!¡qué tía más pesada!
4. (on cigarette) → chupada f, calada f (Sp)
he took a long drag on his cigarettele dio una chupada or (Sp) calada larga al cigarro
5. (= women's clothes) he was wearing dragiba vestido de mujer, iba travestido
a man in dragun hombre vestido de mujer, un hombre travestido
6. the main drag (US) → la avenida principal
7. (= dragnet) → red f barredera; (= dredge) → draga f
8. (US) (= influence) → enchufe m
B. VT
1. (= pull) → arrastrar
he dragged his chair towards the tablearrastró su silla hacia la mesa
they dragged the man out of the carsacaron al hombre del coche a rastras
she managed to drag herself clear of the wreckageconsiguió salir a duras penas del coche siniestrado
to drag sb's (good) name through the mud or dirtarrastrar el buen nombre de algn por el lodo
2. (= trail) [+ injured limb, coat] → arrastrar
I don't want to drag the children round the supermarketno quiero ir tirando de los niños por el supermercado
to drag one's feet (lit) → arrastrar los pies
to drag one's feet or heels (fig) → dar largas (al asunto)
the government has been dragging its feet or heels on this issueel gobierno ha estado dando largas a este asunto
3. (= force) the government didn't want to drag the nation into a warel gobierno no quería arrastrar al país a una guerra
I have to drag myself into the office in the morningspor las mañanas me cuesta muchísimo (trabajo) ir a la oficina
I don't want to get dragged into your argumentno quiero que me mezcléis en vuestra discusión
we had to drag the truth out of himtuvimos que sacarle la verdad a la fuerza
4. (= dredge, search) [+ sea bed, river] → dragar
C. VI
1. (= go very slowly) [time] → pasar muy lentamente; [film, play] → hacerse pesado
the minutes dragged bylos minutos pasaban muy lentamente or se alargaban sin fin
2. (= trail) [skirt, coat] → arrastrar
her skirt was dragging on the floorla falda le iba arrastrando por el suelo, iba arrastrando la falda por el suelo
3. (= not keep pace) → rezagarse
4. (= dredge, search) to drag for sthdragar en busca de algo
D. CPD drag artist Ntransformista m, travesti m
drag car Ncoche m trucado
drag hunt N deporte en el que los perros salen a la caza de un objeto perfumado en lugar de un animal
drag (para)chute Nparacaídas m inv de frenado
drag queen Ndrag-queen f, reinona f, travesti m
drag race N (US) (Aut) carrera de coches trucados de salida parada
drag show Nespectáculo m de drag-queens, espectáculo m de reinonas, espectáculo m de travestismo
drag about VT + ADVarrastrar de un lado a otro
drag along VT + ADV [+ person] → arrastrar
drag away VT + ADV
1. (lit) [+ person] → llevar a la fuerza
2. (fig) I'm sorry to drag you away from your mealsiento interrumpirte la comida, siento hacerte levantar de la mesa
you can never drag him away from the televisionno hay forma de apartarlo del televisor, no hay forma de despegarlo del televisor
if you can drag yourself away from the luxury of the hotelsi puedes desprenderte del lujo del hotel
drag down VT + ADV you may have made a terrible mistake but you're not going to drag me down with youhabrás cometido un grave error pero no voy a cargar con las consecuencias yo también
he could drag down the entire party in this electionpodría hacer fracasar a todo el partido en estas elecciones
I'm not going to be dragged down to your levelno me vas a arrastrar a tu mismo nivel
drag in VT + ADV [+ subject] → sacar a relucir
see also cat A1
drag on VI + ADV [meeting, conversation] → alargarse; [film, play] → hacerse pesadísimo; [speech] → hacerse interminable
the case could drag on for monthsel caso podría alargarse durante meses
drag out VT + ADV [+ process] → alargar
drag up VT + ADV
1. [+ subject] do you have to drag that up again?¿otra vez tienes que sacar a relucir eso?
this dragged up painful memories for heresto despertó en ella recuerdos dolorosos
2. (Brit) (= bring up) [+ person] where were you dragged up?¿dónde te han enseñado eso?, ¿dónde has aprendido esos modales?

drag

[ˈdræg]
vt
(pull along the ground)traîner
to drag one's feet, to drag one's heels (fig) (= act slowly) → traîner les pieds
(= pull) → tirer
to drag sb out of a car, to drag sb from a car → tirer qn d'une voiture
(= force) to drag sb out of bed → tirer qn du lit
to drag sb out of the house → forcer qn à sortir de la maison
[+ river] → draguer
vi [time] → s'étirer
n
(= friction, resistance) → résistance f
(= boring thing) → corvée f
it's a real drag! → c'est la barbe !
(= women's clothing) to be in drag → être travesti
He was in drag → Il était travesti.
drag away
vt separracher de force, emmener de force
to drag sb away from sth → arracher qn à qch
to drag o.s. away → s'arracher
to drag o.s. away from sth → s'arracher à qch
drag on
vis'éterniser
drag out
vt sep
(= spin out) [+ process] → faire traîner
to drag sth out of sb [+ information] → soutirer qch à qndrag and drop n (COMPUTING)glisser-poser mdrag artist ntravesti mdrag lift n (SKIING)tire-fesses m inv

drag

n
(= object pulled along, for dredging etc) → Suchanker m; (Naut: = cluster of hooks) → Dregganker m, → Draggen m; (Naut: = dragnet) → Schleppnetz nt; (= heavy sledge)Lastschlitten m; (Agr, = harrow) → schwere Egge
(= resistance, Aviat) → Luft- or Strömungswiderstand m; (Naut) → Wasserwiderstand m
(brake) → Hemmklotz m, → Hemmschuh m
(= slow laborious progress) it was a long drag up to the top of the hilles war ein langer, mühseliger Aufstieg zum Gipfel, der Aufstieg auf den Gipfel war ein furchtbarer Schlauch (inf)
(inf, = burden) to be a drag on somethingeine Belastung für etw sein
(inf) what a drag! (boring) → Mann, ist der/die/das langweilig! (inf); (nuisance) → so’n Mist (inf); what a drag having to go back!so’n Mist, dass wir zurückmüssen (inf); the film was a real dragder Film war stinklangweilig (inf); she thought his girlfriend was a real dragsie fand, dass seine Freundin echt langweilig war (inf)
(inf: = pull on cigarette) → Zug m (→ on, at an +dat); give me a draglass mich mal ziehen, gib mir mal ’n Zug (inf); he took a long drag on his cigaretteer zog lange an seiner Zigarette
(inf: = women’s clothing worn by men) → (von Männern getragene) Frauenkleidung f; in dragin Frauenkleidung, im Fummel (sl), → als Tunte (inf)
(dated US inf: = influence) → Einfluss m; to use one’s dragseinen Einfluss ausüben
(US inf: = street) the main dragdie Hauptstraße
vt
person, objectschleppen, schleifen, ziehen; (Comput: with mouse button pressed) → ziehen; he dragged her out of/into the carer zerrte sie aus dem/in das Auto; she dragged me to the library every Fridaysie schleppte mich jeden Freitag in die Bücherei; the dog was dragging its broken leg (behind it)der Hund schleifte sein gebrochenes Bein hinter sich her; to drag one’s feet or heels (fig)die Sache schleifen lassen; she accused the government of dragging its feet on reformssie beschuldigte die Regierung, die Reformen zu verzögern; to drag anchor (Naut) → vor Anker treiben
riverabsuchen
vi
(= trail along)schleifen; (feet)schlurfen; (Naut, anchor) → treiben
(= lag behind: person) → hinterherhinken
(fig, time, work) → sich hinziehen; (play, book)sich in die Länge ziehen; (conversation)sich (mühsam) hinschleppen

drag

:
drag and drop
n (Comput) → Drag-and-Drop nt, → Drag & Drop nt
drag artist
n (inf)Travestiekünstler(in) m(f)
drag coefficient
nLuftwiderstandsbeiwert m

drag

:
drag lift
n (Ski) → Schlepplift m
dragline
nSchleppleine f, → Schleppseil nt

drag

:
drag queen
n (inf)Tunte f (inf)
drag race
nBeschleunigungsrennen nt
dragrope
nSchlepptau nt
drag show
nTransvestitenshow f

drag

[dræg]
1. n
a. (Aer, Naut) (resistance) → resistenza (aerodinamica)
b. (fam) (boring thing, task, person) → noia, strazio
what a drag! → che scocciatura!
c. (on cigarette) → tirata
d. (women's clothing worn by men) in dragtravestito (da donna)
2. vt
a. (object) → trascinare, tirare; (person) → trascinare
to drag one's feet over sth (fig) → farla lunga con qc, trascinare qc
b. (sea bed, river) → dragare
3. vi
a. (anchor) → arare
b. (go very slowly, evening, conversation etc) → trascinarsi, non finire mai
drag along vt + adv (person) → trascinare (controvoglia); (object) → tirare
drag away vt + adv to drag away (from)tirare via (da)
drag down vt + advtrascinare giù, trascinare in basso
to drag sb down to one's own level (fig) → far abbassare qn al proprio livello
drag in vt + adv (subject, topic) → tirare in ballo
drag into vt + prep to drag sb/sth into (introduce unnecessarily) → trascinare qn/qc in
drag on vi + adv (meeting, conversation) → trascinarsi, passare lentamente
drag up vt + adv (mention unnecessarily) → ritirare in ballo, tirar fuori di nuovo

drag

(drӕg) past tense, past participle dragged verb
1. to pull, especially by force or roughly. She was dragged screaming from her car.
2. to pull (something) slowly (usually because heavy). He dragged the heavy table across the floor.
3. to (cause to) move along the ground. His coat was so long it dragged on the ground at the back.
4. to search (the bed of a lake etc) by using a net or hook. Police are dragging the canal to try to find the body.
5. to be slow-moving and boring. The evening dragged a bit.
noun
1. something which slows something down. He felt that his lack of education was a drag on his progress.
2. an act of drawing in smoke from a cigarette etc. He took a long drag at his cigarette.
3. something or someone that is dull and boring. Washing-up is a drag.
4. a slang word for women's clothes when worn by men.

drag

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drag

n (of a cigarette) calada; Not a single drag!..¡Ni siquiera una calada!
References in classic literature ?
If she goes I shan't, and if I don't, Laurie won't like it, and it will be very rude, after he invited only us, to go and drag in Amy.
A boy clad in a blue shirt leaped from the wagon and attempted to drag after him one of the maidens, who screamed and protested shrilly.
Pontellier finally lit a cigar and began to smoke, letting the paper drag idly from his hand.
Indeed, many a maimed and feeble soldier was compelled to drag his exhausted limbs in the rear of the columns, for the want of the necessary means of conveyance in that wilderness.
She held out her hands as though she would physically drag her husband from the pillory.
He did not drag his daughters into the mixed society of that period; he did not press upon them the company of those he most frequented, and whose accepted position in that little world of fashion was considered equal to their own.
Wretched and sinful as I am, I have had no other thought than to drag on my earthly existence in the sphere where Providence hath placed me.
For what seemed ages piled on ages, I lay there, frozen with the most awful fears, not daring to drag away my hand; yet ever thinking that if I could but stir it one single inch, the horrid spell would be broken.
And there with the strained craft steeply leaning over to it, by reason of the enormous downward drag from the lower mast-head, and every yard-arm on that side projecting like a crane over the waves; there, that blood-dripping head hung to the Pequod's waist like the giant Holofernes's from the girdle of Judith.
if people knew what a comfort to horses a light hand is, and how it keeps a good mouth and a good temper, they surely would not chuck, and drag, and pull at the rein as they often do.
Is she discouraged, does she drag herself about the house and find fault with everything?
I'm a poor, miserable, forlorn drudge; I shall only drag you down with me, that's all.