dragverbuk /dræɡ/ us /dræɡ/ (-gg-)
drag verb (PULL)
- Thousands of turtles drag themselves onto the beach and lay their eggs in the sand.
- The dog managed to drag the box into the room by itself.
- She dragged the canoe down to the water.
- The youths were dragged from their car and searched for weapons.
- She dragged her bulging suitcase up the stairs.
drag verb (BORING)
dragnounuk /dræɡ/ us /dræɡ/
drag noun (BORING THING)
drag noun (PULL)
drag noun (SUCK)
drag noun (CLOTHES)