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Drag
speaker
Common
noun
In Physics:
of a
to something
through it.
A
along
of a
something, e.g. a
, or in
.
A
on a
or
.
The scent-path
by
a
, or some other
such as
, for
to
.
In Snooker:
A large
of
on the
,
the
to
.
In Metallurgy:
part of a
or
, the
part being the
.
In Masonry:
In Nautical:
The
between the
of a
of the
when the
the
; or between the
of the different
of a
.
Anything
in the water to
a ship's
, or to
her
to the
;
, a
with a
(
), so used.
A
or
for
the
of a
.
The last
in a
of
.
In Billiards:
A
somewhat under the
of the
,
it to
the
a
way.
A
for
to the saw.
verb
To
along a
or through a
, sometimes
.
To
or
or without
; to be
.
To
along (something
); hence, to
in
or
.
To
as a
or
; to
.
In Computing:
To
a
or
by
it with a
; to
,
, etc. (an
) in
.
In Football (soccer):
To
with a
.
To
for something, as a
or
, by
something along
of a
.
To
(land) by
a
or
over it; to
.
To
,
about, or
to the
of (someone).
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Lineage
drag
English
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draggen
Middle English (1100-1500)
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