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She dragged her suitcase down the path.
He jumped into the river and dragged her to safety.
I'm sorry to call so early – I hope I didn't drag you out of bed.
You drag me away from my meeting just to tell me this!
If you can manage to drag yourself away from the TV you can help.
This is the British English definition of drag. View American English definition of drag.
a sweet brown powder that tastes like chocolate and is made from the seeds of a Mediterranean tree