English version

drag yourself to/into/out of etc something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdrag yourself to/into/out of etc somethingdrag yourself to/into/out of etc somethinginformalMOVE/CHANGE POSITION to move somewhere with difficulty, especially because you are ill, tired, or unhappy I dragged myself out of bed and into the bathroom. Can you drag yourself away from (=stop watching) the TV for a minute? drag
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drag yourself away fromCan you drag yourself away from that video game for a few minutes?His sister was staring out of her window at him, having dragged herself away from the mirror.
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