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drag  Verb
Plural: drags
  1. Translate "drag" to Spanish: arrastrar, halar, llevar a rastras
    English Synonyms of "drag": carry over, cart off, drag along, haul along, lug, pull along, trail
    Define meaning of "drag": Pull, as against a resistance. ; Draw slowly or heavily. ; Force into some kind of situation, condition, or course of action.
  2. He dragged the big suitcase behind him.
    These worries were dragging at him.
    Haul stones.
    Haul nets.
    They were swept up by the events.
    Don't drag me into this business.

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  3. Translate "drag" to Spanish: dragar
    English Synonyms of "drag": dredge, dredge up, excavate
    Define meaning of "drag": Search (as the bottom of a body of water) for something valuable or lost.

  4. Translate "drag" to Spanish: arrastrar
    English Synonyms of "drag": carry along, drag away, wash out
    Define meaning of "drag": Pull, as against a resistance.
  5. The tractor dragged the log down, El tractor arrastró el leño hacia abajo.
    He dragged the big suitcase behind him.
    These worries were dragging at him.


  6. Translate "drag" to Spanish: arrastrar
    English Synonyms of "drag": carry along, suffer

  7. Translate "drag" to Spanish: arrastrar, cambiar de posición con el puntero del ratón

  8. Translate "drag" to Spanish: avanzar lentamente, tomarse mucho tiempo, avanzar a rastras, rezagarse
    English Synonyms of "drag": creep, crawl, crawl along, drag along, edge along, go slowly, inch, move slowly forward
    Define meaning of "drag": To lag or linger behind.; Move slowly and as if with great effort.
  9. But in so many other areas we still are dragging.


drag  Noun
  1. Translate "drag" to Spanish: obstáculo, obstrucción al progreso
    English Synonyms of "drag": hurdle, obstacle, snag, countercheck, curb, delay, deterrent, hindrance, balk
    Define meaning of "drag": Something that slows or delays progress.
  2. Taxation is a drag on the economy.
    Too many laws are a drag on the use of new land.

  3. Translate "drag" to Spanish: latoso, pelmazo, persona antipática, plomo, sangrón
    English Synonyms of "drag": bore, bothersome person, tiresome person, nuisance, poop, twit
    Define meaning of "drag": A person who evokes boredom.

  4. Translate "drag" to Spanish: lata, fastidio, tipo aburrido, camello, coñazo, peñazo
    English Synonyms of "drag": hassle, boring person, boring thing, dull fellow, dull guy, tiresome thing, bore, bugger, nuisance
    Define meaning of "drag": Something tedious and boring.
  5. Peeling potatoes is a drag.


  6. Translate "drag" to Spanish: lata
    English Synonyms of "drag": boring thing, drag, tiresome thing, bugger, nuisance

  7. Translate "drag" to Spanish: deporte en el que los perros salen a la caza de objeto perfumado en lugar de animal
    English Synonyms of "drag": drag hunt, feigned hunt in which the hounds pursue an artificial scent

  8. Translate "drag" to Spanish: olor dejado por el animal de caza
    English Synonyms of "drag": scent left the hunted animal, drag scent


  9. Translate "drag" to Spanish: rollo
    English Synonyms of "drag": boring thing

  10. Translate "drag" to Spanish: resistencia al avance, oposición al movimiento
    English Synonyms of "drag": rolling resistance

  11. Translate "drag" to Spanish: resistencia del aire
    English Synonyms of "drag": air resistance


  12. Translate "drag" to Spanish: aplanadera
    English Synonyms of "drag": road drag

  13. Translate "drag" to Spanish: influencia
    English Synonyms of "drag": importance, influence, authority, domination, predominance, prevalence, pull, sway
    Define meaning of "drag": The quality of being important and worthy of note. ; A prominent status.

  14. Translate "drag" to Spanish: bocanada
    English Synonyms of "drag": gust, puff, whiff
    Define meaning of "drag": A strong current of air.


  15. Translate "drag" to Spanish: cigarrillo
    English Synonyms of "drag": cigarette, cancer stick, birdwood, brain tablet, cig, cigaret, cigaroot, coffin tack
    Define meaning of "drag": Finely ground tobacco wrapped in paper; for smoking.

  16. Translate "drag" to Spanish: reunión o fiesta de travestis
    English Synonyms of "drag": party or gathering of transvestites, drag party

  17. Translate "drag" to Spanish: persona aburrida
    English Synonyms of "drag": boring person, dull person, deadass, dodo, drone, meatball, bore

Verb Conjugation for "drag"
Gerund: dragging

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