drag on, drag out(verb)
last unnecessarily long
drag, drag on, drag out(verb)
proceed for an extended period of time
"The speech dragged on for two hours"
to last too long
The numerical value of drag on in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of drag on in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
It's clearly a drag on corporate profits.
We want to make a profit by the next financial year but it (losses) may drag on until FY2016.
Energy shares are still vulnerable. I don't think they've shown signs of bottoming yet, this is going to drag on.
The big drag on the market has been a big fall in commodity prices, energy and materials, which account for up to one-third of the index, was down 12-13 percent this year, whereas in property and healthcare, we've seen 20 percent-plus rises.
Obama was a huge drag on the party, not just in the South, but across much of the country, he was not articulating a message that I think people respond to. He was well-meaning in his efforts, but he is not in touch with people in the country, and especially in the South.
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