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("to drag, draw"), from Proto-Indo-European *d?re??- ("to drag, draw").
The verb meaning is affected by the associative with the substantive drag ("that which is drawn or dragged"), related to the Low-English drag ("a drag anchors, grapnel"). Rogered with denmark drag ge ("dredging"), denmark dragging ("pull, tighten"), schwedish dragging ("pull, tighten, tie, swing"), schwedish dragging ("pull, go"), islandish dragging ("pull, pull").
On the train. In the development of automobiles, car makers must take air resistance into account. A draught on a cigar or a join. Traveling to work at peak hours is a serious problem. J.D. Forbes My talks were only a delight to me, and no resistance. This is a heavyduty cultivator for soil cultivation.
This is the variation between the velocity of a boat under sails and the velocity of the propeller when the vessel overtakes the propeller; or between the driving effect of the various swimmers of a bucketwheel. Everything that was dragged into the sea to delay the advancement of a vessel or to hold its heads against the winds; especially a sailcloth pouch with a matured lip (tow sail), so used.
And Hazlitt had a train in his hallway. 1999, Dana Stabenow, Hunter's Moon, ?ISBN, page 73:Okay, I take the point, Kate, you take the train. The Tamil fisherman is pulling their boats. Angling by pulling a stream. Drag (transitive) on a flat or through a media, sometimes with difficulties. The time seems to be delayed when you wait for a coach.
Pulling along (something cumbersome); i.e. going through with pains or difficulties. Russel A prop is supposed to pull when the sail pushes the ship quicker than the turns of the prop can drive it. To open the wizard, drag the wizard and drop the wizard onto the wizard screen. It was so deep in the floor that its exhaust was dragged on a sill.
Looking for something, as a missing item or corpse, by pulling something over the bottom of a well. by pulling a train or a cultivator over it; to harvest. You' re only carrying him because he's got more than you. Sausage Conchita in the train during the Eurovision Song Contest 2014.
He acted as a drag. In order to act as dragquequeen or dragon kings. "Drag" in Michael Quinion, Ballyhoo, Buckaroo and Spuds: Out of the verb drag a draw, drag (the act of drawing, pulling) hanto k o t h e drag of cigarettes. Said he took a drag off his smoke. Hangs (ability) Eg til å dragget på dette. Mmm.
"Bokmål" dictionary / The Nynorsk dictionary. Borrow from Bulgaria www. bulgarian.com (drag), from proslavic *dorg?. Translated from Proto-Slavic *dorg?. Translated from Proto-Slavic *dorg?. Need a pattern for a flexion chart. Need Draga's help.