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  1. a. : something that retards or impedes motion, action, or advancement. b (1) physics : the retarding force acting on a body (such as an airplane) moving through a fluid (such as air) parallel and opposite to the direction of motion. (2) mechanical engineering : friction (see friction sense 1b) between engine parts.

  2. To move slowly or with effort: He dragged along behind us. 3. To pass or proceed slowly, tediously, or laboriously: The time dragged as we waited. 4. To search or dredge the bottom of a body of water: dragging for the sunken craft. 5. To take part in a drag race. 6. To draw on a cigarette, pipe, or cigar.

  3. Synonyms for DRAGGING: leisurely, slow, crawling, poking, creeping, lagging, dawdling, slowing; Antonyms of DRAGGING: rushing, running, flying, hurrying, rapid ...

  4. dragged」の意味に関連した用語 1 牽引乳頭 (眼科専門用語) 網膜偏位 (眼科専門用語) 彼らはまた面倒なことに巻き込まれた。 (メール英語例文辞書) 私は彼に強引に連れて行かれました。 (メール英語例文辞書) 5 drag onの過去形および過去分詞形 (英語表現辞典) 6 戦争に巻き込まれる (英和対訳) 7 それは長引くことになるでしょう。 (メール英語例文辞書) 8 私は今日は時間が長く感じられた。 (メール英語例文辞書) 9 look what the cat dragged in (Wiktionary英語版) 10 look who the cat dragged in (Wiktionary英語版) 意味 例文 (464件) 共起表現

  5. 2 days ago · Video captures car dragged under semi for miles on Kansas City interstate. LEAWOOD, Kan. — New video released Thursday captures the eight mile long ride one driver took underneath a semi. The ...

  6. 1 day ago · Police release pics of car dragged under semi for 8 miles January 27, 2023 / 2:46 PM / CNN LEAWOOD, KS (KCTV/CNN) -- A newly-released crash report states the woman whose car was dragged eight...

  7. Feb 21, 2011 · The Drag is the name for a portion of Guadalupe Street in Austin, TX that runs along the western edge of the University of Texas campus. The Drag started as a strip of shops which provided retail and eateries to the university students. More recently, the once unique and vibrant area has fallen into some disrepair, and some feel the area has become undesirable because of the presence of panhandlers and homeless (sometimes referred to as "Dragworms").

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