An annoying/boring person could be concidered a "drag"
Used widely among stoners
Larry is a drag. Larry gets stoned and just stares at the wall and eats airheads.
In a sentance: "Hey you son of a bitch quit being such a drag, I'm coming off my high now"
by This guy! May 04, 2005
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The primary commercial street in a smaller city.
There aren't any titty bars in this town, but if there were, they would be on the main drag.
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Acronym for DRessed As a Girl. Commonly used by Transgendered persons to describe a state of overall appearence and attire.
antonym: DRAB
Before going out, I got DRAG in my new leather mini and and boots.
by Siobhan January 18, 2004
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A race between two cars; usually between two different stoplights.
The camaro wanted to drag at the light.
by ICEDRSX November 07, 2004
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A form of gender play in which an individual dresses and applies makeup to exaggerate certain features. They may then display their work through "shows" in which they dance, lip-synch or or sing with their real voice (usually reserved for the more talented). Those involved are sometimes called female or male "impersonators", but usually drag queens or drag kings. Either gender may "impersonate" the other, or choose to impersonate a satired hyperbole of one's own (ie there are female drag queens). Most often, drag is a form of entertainment, and is considered by some to be an art form.
Person number one: "Oh, look, a female impersonator."
Person number two: "Drag is hardly impersonation. When was the last time you saw a female wearing that many sequains with that much hair and makeup?"
by Atropis June 21, 2006
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Refers to something that is not good, or something that goes wrong. However, it is used more often ironically or jokingly.
"What a drag!" (instead of "This sucks!" or "This blows!" or "What a bummer!")

"Life is a drag."
by Elaine C November 27, 2007
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