drag

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Pronunciation[change]

Verb[change]

Plain form
drag

Third-person singular
drags

Past tense
dragged

Past participle
dragged

Present participle
dragging

A man dragging an animal
Something being dragged on a computer
  1. (transitive) If you drag something, you pull it, usually with difficulty.
    She heard the noise of a chair being dragged to the window.
  2. (transitive) If you drag your feet, you move or do something slowly.
    Six months later, when nothing had happened, they complained that the city was still dragging its feet.
  3. (transitive) If you drag somebody somewhere, you take them there but they don't want to go.
    Dad sent me to drag you back home.
  4. (transitive) If you drag yourself somewhere, you go there with difficulty, often because you're tired or sick.
    I dragged myself out of bed and made a cup of coffee.
  5. (transitive) If you drag something on a computer screen, you move it from one place to another using a pointer.
  6. (transitive) If something drags you down, it makes you feel unhappy.

Noun[change]

Singular
drag

Plural
drags