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drag

noun
 
 
/dræɡ/
in drag informal If a man is in drag, he is wearing women's clothes.Relating to sexual preference
be a drag informal to be boring and unpleasant: Cleaning the house is such a drag.Inconvenience
[C] the action of breathing in smoke from a cigarette: He took a drag on his cigarette.Tobacco and smoking
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