3 English Phrasal Verbs With 'DRAG'

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We have definitions for 3 phrasal verbs with 'DRAG'

3 phrasal verbs with 'DRAG'

Drag on

  1. Be unnecessarily long
    (Intransitive | International English)
    » Example: The meeting DRAGGED ON for two and a half hours.

Drag out

  1. Make something last longer than necessary
    (Separable [optional] | International English)
    » Example: They DRAGGED OUT the training course for a whole day when we could have done it in an hour.

Drag out of

  1. Force someone to confess or tell the truth
    (Separable [obligatory] | International English)
    » Example: The police DRAGGED a confession OUT OF him when they interrogated him.

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