- v.（使…）在地上拖拉，慢吞吞地走，磨蹭( drag的现在分词 ); 拖; 打捞; （用鼠标）拖动;
I was forever dragging him away from the fireplace.
I will not have the likes of you dragging down my reputation.
He accused the company of "shameful foot-dragging".
They disapproved of my dragging in his wealth.
It's the high fever that's been dragging him down.
They're dragging the river for the body of the missing boy.
Have you ever tried dragging a child away from a TV set?
你曾试图把孩子从电视机前拖走 吗 ?
She was so tired, she could scarcely move her dragging limbs.
The sail was dragging through the water.
The heavy coach is dragging along.
Lower interest rates are acting like a magnet, dragging consumers back to the shops.
The issue is quite complicated enough, without dragging in the argument about the effects on wildlife.
Dragging the fully laden boat across the sand dunes was no mean feat.
Dragging himself back to the cockpit, Brown fought for breath.
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Ku prattled away, even dragging in the bed plank incident.
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Bonn has now tested this idea by building small sleds and dragging heavy objects over sand.
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This meant, of course, that he arrived at school early in the morning, dragging his heavy instrument case across the campus to the pitying looks of the non-musicians he had left behind.
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1. marked by a painfully slow and effortful manner;
"it was a strange dragging approach"
"years of dragging war"
2. passing painfully or tediously slowly;
"the dragging minutes"