Drag on - definition, transcription
- proceed for an extended period of time (syn: drag)
He took a long drag on the cigarette.
...if there's too much sag in the rod, the curtains will drag on the floor...
She took a long drag on her cigarette.
Frank took a drag on his cigarette.
Any slowdown in the economy is going to be a drag on the President's re-election campaign.
There's no profit in letting meetings drag on.
taxation is a drag on the economy
too many laws are a drag on the use of new land
he took a drag on his cigarette and expelled the smoke slowly