wild horses wouldn't drag me Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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wild horses wouldn't drag me

If you say wild horses would not drag you somewhere, you mean that nothing could persuade you to go there: Wild horses wouldn't drag me to a party tonight.
Translations of “wild horses wouldn't drag me”
in Chinese (Traditional) 任何事情也不能勸說我做…, 八匹馬也拉不了我回頭…
in Chinese (Simplified) 任何事情也不能劝说我做…, 八匹马也拉不了我回头…
(Definition of wild horses wouldn't drag me from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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