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See DRAGGING . DONE FOR A DRAG , phr . ( old ) . -Convicted of DRAGGING ( 9.v. ) . Cf. , DRAG = term of imprisonment . TO PUT ON THE DRAG , verb . phr . ( colloquial ) . – To ease off or go slow ; also to put on pressure . DRAG - COVE ...
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That is , verbs indicate by their forms whether the action or the state of being is going on right now , whether it has already ... The principal parts of the verb are : Present Past drag dragged Past Participle dragged ( Never drug ) Many men have ...
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In “dragging” a field, e. g., an airplane makes a pass. See DRAG, verb. passenger, moun. Specif., a person other than a crew member who rides or travels in an aircraft, often a revenue-producing traveler. This word is much-used as an ...
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Drag To pull or draw along the ground or some other surface, usually with resistance and friction; to move slowly and painfully. drag around 1. T (1,2) The boys, playing in the back yard, were dragging their sister around on an old sled.
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DLAGANTIN , drag - an ' - tin , s . A mucilage obtained from DRAINING - TILES , dra ' - ning - tiles , s.pl. Burnt clay tiles , gum - tragacanth . usually horse - shoe - shaped , about a foot in length , DRAGOED , drage " , pp . of the verb to drag . and ...
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classification is wrong.22 He would now divide Algonkin verb stems into two classes , placing the initial stems and secondary stems of ... The second might well be regarded as a verb stem -dano's , ' drag , ' with a locative prefix hê'd- , ' uphill .
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VERB TENSE , I / ACTIVE VOICE , SIMPLE TENSES 8 The TENSE of a verb indicates the time of action expressed by the verb . Verbs have three parts ... Examples are drag , dragged , dragged ; move , moved , moved . The SIMPLE TENSES ...
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The Hebrew verb translated " chew " is literally derived from a root , signifying to “ bring up , cause to ascend , come ... Literally , then , the combined phrase is , “ bringing up or forward ( the thing dragged , or ) the drag , " whatever that may be .