|drag it out
||take a long time to finish, speak for a long time
||When James tells a ghost story, he drags it out for an hour.
||go for a long time, last for hours or days
||The funeral dragged on and on - for three days!
||man dressed in women's clothing, transvestite
||Don's a transvestite. They call him "the drag queen of Fag Street."
||two cars racing from a stop light
||"Did you see the drag race?" "Ya. The Corvette won."
|drag your feet
||work too slow, prevent progress
||They're dragging their feet. Tell them to work faster.
|dragged through a...
||(See look like he was dragged through a knothole)
|drain the swamp
||remove what prevents a clear view of the problem
||If I were manager, my first step would be to drain the swamp.
||oh no, nuts, rats, scrut
||Drat! I've lost the key. How can we get into the apartment?
|draw a blank
||be unable to think of an answer, mind go blank
||For some reason, I drew a blank when the professor questioned me.
|draw a sober breath
||be sober, not be drunk
||They say he hasn't drawn a sober breath since his son was killed.