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Meaning of “drag sb down” - Learner’s Dictionary

drag sb down

UK phrasal verb with drag
 
 
/dræɡ/ verb ( present participle dragging, past tense and past participle dragged)
If an unpleasant situation drags someone down, it makes them feel unhappy or sick.Making people sad, shocked and upset
Translations of “drag sb down”
in Chinese (Traditional) 使不愉快, 擊垮,壓垮…
in Russian терзать, мучить…
in Turkish canını sıkmak, hasta etmek, yatağa düşürmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) 使不愉快, 击垮,压垮…
in Polish przybijać kogoś…
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