Definition for DRAG

DRAG, v.i.

  1. To hang so low as to trail on the ground.
  2. To fish with a drag; as, they have been dragging for fish all day, with little success.
  3. To be drawn along; as, the anchor drags.
  4. To be moved slowly; to proceed heavily; as, this business drags.
  5. To hang or grate on the floor, as a door.

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