wild horses wouldn't drag me Meaning in the 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 ​partytonight.
(Definition of wild horses wouldn't drag me from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “wild horses wouldn't drag me”
in Chinese (Simplified) 任何事情也不能劝说我做…, 八匹马也拉不了我回头…
in Chinese (Traditional) 任何事情也不能勸說我做…, 八匹馬也拉不了我回頭…
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