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Work is a real drag at the moment.
I'm sorry to be a drag, but could you check this again?
It's such a drag having to get two buses to school.
High interest rates are a drag on the housing market.
a drag artiste/act/show
They went out in drag to raise money for charity.
He took a quick drag on his cigarette then spoke.
This is the British English definition of drag. View American English definition of drag.
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