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DragDrag  pull something along the ground: This chair is too heavy to lift, you’ll have to d- it.

persuade someone to come away: Leo was enjoying himself at the party so much, I couldn’t d- him away.

continue for a longer period of time: I don’t want to d- this meeting out too long, so let’s get to the main points.

make someone tell you something: You never tell me what’s going on, I always have to d- it out of you.

search the bottom of a body of water to find something: They also found the weapon after d- the canal.

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