drag noun (BORING) translate to Traditional Chinese
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drag

noun [S] (BORING)
單調的
 
 
/dræɡ/ slang
something which 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's again - what a drag!
我還得去看牙醫——真麻煩!
Inconvenience
(Definition of drag noun (BORING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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