Translation of "drag" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

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dragverb

uk /dræɡ/ us /dræɡ/ -gg-

drag verb (PULL)

B2 [ T ] to move something by pulling it along a surface, usually the ground

拖,拉,拽,牽引
Pick the chair up instead of dragging it behind you! 把椅子拿起來,不要在地上拖!
She dragged the canoe down to the water. 她把獨木舟拉到水邊。

C2 [ T + adv/prep ] to make someone go somewhere they do not want to go

硬拖,硬拉,硬拽
She had to drag her kids away from the toys. 她不得不把孩子從玩具店硬拉出來。
I really had to drag myself out of bed this morning. 今天早上我真是硬撐著從床上爬了起來。

B1 [ T ] to move something on a computer screen using a mouse

(用滑鼠)拖動

[ T ] If you drag a subject into a conversation, etc., you begin to talk about it even if it is not connected with what you are talking about.

插入(話題),把…扯進(談話中)
She's always dragging sex into the conversation. 她總把性扯到談話中來。

[ T ] to pull nets or hooks (= curved wires) along the bottom of a river or lake in order to find something

用拖網在…中打撈
They found the man's body after dragging the canal. 他們用拖網從運河裡撈出了那個人的屍體。
drag and drop

B1 If you drag and drop something on a computer screen, you move it from one area to another using the mouse.

(在電腦螢幕上)用滑鼠拖曳

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drag verb (BORING)

C2 [ I ] If something such as a film or performance drags, it seems to go slowly because it is boring.

(電影或表演等)枯燥;拖拖拉拉
The first half of the movie was interesting but the second half dragged (on). 電影的上半部很有趣,但下半部卻拖拖拉拉。

dragnoun

uk /dræɡ/ us /dræɡ/

drag noun (BORING THING)

[ S ] informal something that is not convenient and is boring or unpleasant

麻煩;苦差事;討厭的事
Filling in forms is such a drag! 填寫這些表格真麻煩!
I've got to go to the dentist again - what a drag! 我還得去看牙醫——真麻煩!

drag noun (PULL)

[ S or U ] specialized physics, engineering the force that acts against the forward movement of something that is passing through a gas or a liquid

空氣阻力;液體阻力
Engineers are always looking for ways to minimize drag when they design new aircraft. 工程師們設計新型飛機時一直尋找在最大程度上降低空氣阻力的方法。

drag noun (SUCK)

[ C ] slang the action of taking in air through a cigarette

吸一口(煙)
Taking a deep drag of/on his cigarette he closed his eyes and sighed. 他深深地吸了一口煙,閉上眼睛歎了口氣。

drag noun (CLOTHES)

[ U ] informal the activity of dressing in clothes of the opposite sex, especially of a man dressing in women's clothes, often for humorous entertainment

(尤指男人爲達到滑稽娛樂效果而)穿戴異性服裝
a man in drag 一身女人打扮的男人

(Translation of “drag” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)