drag

dræɡ

Перевод:

Verb: тащить тащиться тянуть волочиться
Noun: бремя торможение лобовое сопротивление волочение

Фразы:

drag coefficient - коэффициент сопротивления

to drag smb. to the dentist - заставить кого-л. пойти к стоматологу

to drag for a body - искать тело

to be a drag on a person - быть для кого-л. обузой

in drag - в женской одежде

to drag pavement - утюжить дорожное покрытие

to drag up an old story - ворошить прошлое

to drag smb. down into the gutter - опозорить кого-л.

to bring in the mire, to drag through the mire - облить грязью, выставить на позор

boundary layer bleed drag - сопротивление, обусловленное отводом пограничного слоя

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Примеры:

The speech dragged on for two hours - Выступление затянулось на два часа

He dragged the big suitcase behind him - Он тащил за собой большой чемодан

Don't try to drag me into your plans. - Не пытайся впутать меня в свои планы.

He dragged me away from the television set. - Он оторвал / оттащил меня от телевизора.

Look what the cat dragged in! - Смотрите, кого нелегкая принесла!

Drag / Tear / Haul your ass! - Шевели задницей!, Поторапливайся!

Traffic during the rush hour just drags. - Транспорт в часы пик еле ползёт.

Don't drag my past into this! - Не надо сюда впутывать моё прошлое!

Don't be such a drag - come along with us. - Не будь таким занудой - пошли с нами.

I'm sorry to drag you into this mess. - Прости, что впутываю тебя в это безобразие.

She took a long drag on her cigarette. - Она глубоко затянулась.

The lawsuit dragged on for years. - Тяжба тянулась многие годы.

Friday afternoons always drag. - В пятницу день всегда тянется бесконечно долго.

These meetings are a total drag. - Эти собрания — такая нудятина.

Drag the chair over here so I can stand on it. - Подтащи сюда стул, чтобы я мог на него встать.

They tried to drag me into their quarrel. - Они попытались втянуть меня в свою перебранку.

Mom dragged us to a classical music concert. - Мама притащила нас на концерт классической музыки.

You can drag and drop text like this. - Текст можно перетаскивать — вот так.

Don't drag me into this business. - Не надо меня в это втягивать.

The dog's leash was dragging along the ground. - Поводок собаки волочился по земле.

The party was so good I couldn't drag myself away. - На вечеринке было так весело, что я никак не мог заставить себя уйти.

The events of the day drag themselves on tediously. - День тянулся медленно и скучно.

He went to the party dressed in drag. - Он пошёл на вечеринку в женской одежде.

At last the police were able to drag the truth out of the prisoner. - Наконец полицейским удалось вытянуть из заключённого правду .

If you particularly want him dragged, you'll tell me what I can drag him on. - Если тебе очень хочется его засадить, скажи, на чём я могу его подловить.

Frank took a drag on his cigarette. - Фрэнк затянулся (своей) сигаретой.

The car's rounded edges reduce drag. - Закруглённые контуры автомобиля снижают лобовое сопротивление.

I was dragged into helping with the concert. - Меня вынудили принять участие в подготовке концерта.

He lit one cigarette from the butt of another and dragged at it nervously. - Он прикурил одну сигарету от другой и нервно затянулся.

We stopped beside a little trickle of water for ten minutes' break and a drag. - Мы остановились у небольшого ручейка для десятиминутной передышки и перекура.

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Фразовые глаголы:

To drag someone down means to reduce them to an inferior social status or to lower standards of behaviour.

When you are talking, if you drag in a subject, you mention something that is not relevant and that other people do not want to discuss.

To drag something or someone into an event or situation means to involve them in it when it is not necessary or not desirable.

You say that an event or process drags on when you disapprove of the fact that it lasts for longer than necessary.

If you drag something out, you make it last for longer than is necessary.

If someone drags up an unpleasant event or an old story from the past, they mention it when people do not want to be reminded of it.

To drag someone down means to reduce them to an inferior social status or to lower standards of behaviour.

When you are talking, if you drag in a subject, you mention something that is not relevant and that other people do not want to discuss.

To drag something or someone into an event or situation means to involve them in it when it is not necessary or not desirable.

You say that an event or process drags on when you disapprove of the fact that it lasts for longer than necessary.

If you drag something out, you make it last for longer than is necessary.

If someone drags up an unpleasant event or an old story from the past, they mention it when people do not want to be reminded of it.

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Связанные термины:

drag in: When you are talking, if you drag in a subject, you mention something that is not relevant and that other people do not want to discuss .

drag on: You say that an event or process drags on when you disapprove of the fact that it lasts for longer than necessary .

drag up: If someone drags up an unpleasant event or an old story from the past, they mention it when people do not want to be reminded of it.

in drag: If someone is in drag, they are wearing clothes usually worn by people of the opposite sex, especially as part of an entertainment .

drag bunt: a bunt made for a base hit without fully facing the pitcher, but while moving toward first base

drag down: To drag someone down means to reduce them to an inferior social status or to lower standards of behaviour .

drag hunt: a hunt in which hounds follow an artificial trail of scent

drag into: To drag something or someone into an event or situation means to involve them in it when it is not necessary or not desirable .

drag king: a woman who dresses as a man and impersonates male characteristics for public entertainment

drag lift: a lift which drags skiers up to the top of the slope

drag link: a link for conveying motion between cranks on parallel shafts that are slightly offset . It is used in cars to connect the steering gear to the steering arm

drag out: If you drag something out, you make it last for longer than is necessary .

drag race: a type of motor race in which specially built or modified cars or motorcycles are timed over a measured course

drag sail: any device, such as a bucket or canvas funnel, dragged in the water to keep a vessel heading into the wind or reduce drifting

drag shoe: a type of braking device on a vehicle

drag show: a performance by drag artists

form drag: the drag on a body moving through a fluid as a result of the shape of the body. It can be reduced by streamlining

main drag: The main drag in a town or city is its main street.

drag anchor: (of a vessel) to move away from its mooring because the anchor has failed to hold

drag artist: an entertainer who wears drag

drag harrow: a type of harrow consisting of heavy beams, often with spikes inserted, used to crush clods, level soil, or prepare seedbeds

drag queen: a man who dresses as a woman and impersonates female characteristics for public entertainment

drag strip: a straight, paved area or course where drag races are held, as a section of road or airplane runway

fiscal drag: the process by which, during inflation, rising incomes draw people into higher tax brackets, so that their real incomes may fall; this acts as a restraint on the expansion of the economy

vortex drag: drag arising from vortices that occur behind a body moving through a gas or liquid

induced drag: drag arising from vortices that occur behind a body moving through a gas or liquid

parasite drag: the part of the drag on an aircraft that is contributed by nonlifting surfaces, such as fuselage, nacelles, etc

pressure drag: the part of the total drag of a body moving through a gas or liquid caused by the components of the pressures at right angles to the surface of the body

profile drag: the sum of the surface friction drag and the form drag for a body moving subsonically through a fluid

drag out of: to obtain or extract (a confession, statement, etc), esp by force

drag and drop: data-word-id="4">the data-word-id="9893">process data-word-id="7">of data-word-id="5005">moving data from one place to another on data-word-id="4">the screen by manipulating a mouse with its button held down

drag coefficient: a measure of the drag of an object in a moving fluid, esp air

drag your feet to drag your heels: If you drag your feet or drag your heels, you delay doing something or do it very slowly because you do not want to do it.

drag one's feet: to act with deliberate slowness

surface friction drag: the part of the drag on a body moving through a fluid that is dependent on the nature of the surface of the body

trailing vortex drag: drag arising from vortices that occur behind a body moving through a gas or liquid

knock-down, drag-out: characterized by great violence, harshness, animosity, etc.

to drag your feet to drag your heels: If you drag your feet or drag your heels, you delay doing something or do it very slowly because you do not want to do it.

a knock-down drag-out fight: a very emotional, angry, or even violent argument or fight

drag someone's name in the mud: to disgrace or defame someone

haul/drag sb over the coals: If a person in authority hauls or drags someone over the coals, they speak to them severely about something foolish or wrong that they have done.

haul over the coals: to criticize sharply; censure ; scold

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Однокоренные слова:

drag away - с трудом прогнать, оттащить, вытащить, вытянуть, вырвать
drag in - приплетать, притянуть, втащить, втаскивать, вовлечь
drag on - тянуться, скучно тянуться, продолжать все то же
drag out - затянуть, тянуть, вытаскивать, выволакивать, растягивать, медлить
drag up - подтаскивать, втаскивать, плохо воспитывать, грубо воспитывать

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