drag = arrastrar verb

drag = resistencia noun

1drag

/ˈdræɡ/ verb
verb
dragged, dragging

Spanish Translation of DRAG

transitive verb
1
haul, trail : arrastrar
I could barely drag myself out of bedme costó levantarme de la cama
3
involve : meter, involucrar
don't drag me into thisno me metas en esto
4
to drag one's feet/heels : dar largas a algo
they're still dragging their feet (on the issue)siguen dando largas al asunto
5
to drag out prolong : alargar, dilatar
intransitive verb
3
: hacerse pesado/largo
the day dragged onel día se hizo largo

2drag

noun
noun

Spanish Translation of DRAG

1
resistance : resistencia feminine (aerodinámica)
2
hindrance : traba feminine, estorbo masculine
3
bore : pesadez feminine, plomo masculine familiar
4
: chupada feminine (de un cigarillo)

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