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drag

verb
 
 
/dræɡ/ ( present participle dragging, past tense and past participle dragged)
drag sth/sb across/along/over, etc B2 to pull something or someone along the ground somewhere, usually with difficulty
birini sürüklemek, sürükleyerek götürmek
The table was too heavy to lift, so we had to drag it across the room.Pulling
drag sb along/out/to, etc to make someone go somewhere they do not want to go
istemediği halde gitmeye zorlamak, cebir uygulamak, cebren yaptırmak
I have to drag myself out of bed every morning.Taking someone somewhere or telling them the way
COMPUTER [T] B1 to move something somewhere on a computer screen using a mouse (= small computer control)
bilgisayarda mouse ile bir şeyi alıp taşımak
Operating computers
TIME [I] ( also drag on) to continue for too much time in a boring way
sıkıcı bir şekilde uzayıp gitmek, uzadıkça uzamak, kabak tadı vermek
→  See also drag your feet (foot) Spending time and time passing
(Definition of drag verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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