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Meanings and phrases
- the phenomenon of resistance to motion through a fluid; retarding force
- something that slows or delays progress
- something tedious and boring
- clothing that is conventionally worn by the opposite sex (especially women's clothing when worn by a man)
- the act of dragging (pulling with force)
- a slow inhalation (as of tobacco smoke); puff; pull
- pull, as against a resistance
- draw slowly or heavily; haul; hale; cart
- move slowly and as if with great effort
- to lag or linger behind; trail; get behind; hang back; drop behind; drop back
- force into some kind of situation, condition, or course of action; embroil; tangle; sweep; sweep up; drag in
- suck in or take (air); puff; draw
- use a computer mouse to move icons on the screen and select commands from a menu
- persuade to come away from something attractive or interesting
- proceed for an extended period of time; drag on; drag out
- search (as the bottom of a body of water) for something valuable or lost; dredge
- walk without lifting the feet; scuff
- the ratio of the drag on a body moving through air to the product of the velocity and the surface area of the body; drag coefficient
- the ratio of the drag on a body moving through air to the product of the velocity and the surface area of the body; coefficient of drag
- The more aerodynamic shape had a drag coefficient of .
- The drag coefficient has been reduced to 0.35.
- With the wing retracted the LFA's body has a drag coefficient of .
- exert a force with a heavy weight; bear down; bear down on; press down on; weigh down
- force into some kind of situation, condition, or course of action; embroil; tangle; sweep; sweep up; drag
- proceed for an extended period of time; drag; drag out
- last unnecessarily long; drag out
- postpone doing what one should be doing; procrastinate; stall; drag one's heels; shillyshally; dilly-dally; dillydally
- postpone doing what one should be doing; procrastinate; stall; drag one's feet; shillyshally; dilly-dally; dillydally
- last unnecessarily long; drag on
- proceed for an extended period of time; drag; drag on
- mention something unpleasant from the past; dredge up
- the main street of a town or city
- Organized drag racing is rapidly growing in India.
- Some drag racing tires are adhesive for this reason.
- Some cutdowns have been used for drag racing.
- Paolo portrayed the role of Vodka, a drag queen.
- In "Hellbent" in 2004, he was a cop-loving drag queen.
- A drag queen may imitate famous female film or pop-music stars.
- Lauper has said that she identifies with drag queens.
- The album features drag queens Adore Delano, Miss Fame, and Jackie Beat.
- With the drag queens and strippers toned down, Leon and Scott exchange their vows.
- Some sleds are faired to reduce drag on the diver.
- Streamlining dive gear will reduce drag and improve mobility.
- This venting thrust easily exceeded aerodynamic drag.
- The front wheels of an open-wheeled F1 car generate aerodynamic drag.
- The straight-through layout also increases total aircraft aerodynamic drag by 2–4%.