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2 Translation results for drag in Spanish

verb | noun

drag verb

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dragged, has dragged, is dragging, drags
arrastrar, jalar; arrastrarse; dragar; rezagarse

Example sentences of
drag verb

  • She dragged one of the other tables over to ours.
  • Firefighters dragged the man to safety.
  • One of the parents eventually dragged the screaming toddler out of the store.
  • The broken muffler dragged behind the car.
  • The dog's leash was dragging along the ground.
  • The child is always dragging his blanket.
  • The puppy ran up to us, dragging her leash behind her.
  • He dragged himself up the stairs and climbed into bed.
  • Can you drag yourself away from that computer?

Synonyms of
drag verb

Detailed synonyms for drag verb

See: Pull

drag noun

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drags
resistencia (aerodinámica); traba, estorbo; pesadez, plomo

Example sentences of
drag noun

  • My parents can be such a drag. They won't let me do anything.
  • These meetings are a total drag.
  • Let me have a drag from your cigarette.
  • He took a long drag on the cigarette.

Synonyms of
drag noun

Phrasal verbs for drag

  • drag on - continuar, durar más de lo esperado

Related phrases for drag

Reverse translation for drag

arrastrar  - to drag, to tow, to hang down, to trail, to draw, to attract 
jalar  - to pull, to tug, to pull, to pull together, to attract, to draw in, to hurry up, to get going, to be in working order 
arrastrarse  - to crawl, to grovel 
dragar  - to dredge 
rezagarse  - to fall behind, to lag 
resistencia  (aerodinámica) - resistance, endurance, strength, stamina 
traba  - tie, bond, obstacle, hindrance 
estorbo  - obstacle, hindrance, nuisance 
pesadez  - heaviness, slowness, tediousness 
plomo  - lead, plumb line, fuse, bore, drag 
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