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drag up

  

      vb   tr, adv  
Informal  
1    to rear (a child) poorly and in an undisciplined manner  
2    to introduce or revive (an unpleasant fact or story)  
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drag

  

      vb  
1    draw, hale, haul, lug, pull, tow, trail, tug, yank  
2    crawl, creep, go slowly, inch, limp along, shamble, shuffle  
3    dawdle, draggle, lag behind, linger, loiter, straggle, trail behind  
4      (with)       on or out   draw out, extend, keep going, lengthen, persist, prolong, protract, spin out, stretch out  
5    drag one's feet        (informal)   block, hold back, obstruct, procrastinate, stall  
      n  
6      (slang)   annoyance, bore, bother, nuisance, pain     (informal)   pain in the arse     (taboo informal)   pest  

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