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drag in Engineering topic

dragdrag2 noun  1 a drag2 be a drag on somebody/something3 ON CIGARETTE[countable]DFT the act of breathing in smoke from your cigarette Frank took a drag on his cigarette.4 in drag5 FORCE[uncountable]TTTE the force of air that pushes against an aircraft or a vehicle that is moving forward The car’s rounded edges reduce drag.6 the main drag
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dragHere Susskind Eikhl winked at Bella and took a drag on his cigarette.Kevin tried another drag at the cigarette.The car's low profile and rounded edges reduce its drag.He did a remarkably accurate imitation of the soft, low drag of a rapidly disappearing device.The resultant drag could topple the plane from the sky.took a dragHere Susskind Eikhl winked at Bella and took a drag on his cigarette.Then both took a drag on their cigarettes.Dmitri took a drag of his joint; then he removed the needle from the disc.At times when he took a drag on his cigarette, one caught a gleam of sorrow in his features.