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Drag may refer to:
In science and technology
- Drag (physics), the force which resists motion of an object through a fluid
- Drag equation, a mathematical equation used in analyzing the magnitude of drag caused by fluid flow
- Drag coefficient, a non-dimensional coefficient that is one of the terms in the drag equation
- Aerodynamic drag, the aerodynamic force which resists motion of an aircraft or other object through the air
- Drag crisis, a rapid change in drag coefficient over a small range of Reynolds number
- Park drag, a type of carriage
- Police drag, a small dredge used to recover objects or bodies lost in shallow water
- Drag harrow, in agriculture, a heavy type of harrow used to break up soil
- Drag system, a mechanical means of applying variable pressure to a fishing rod reel in order to act as a friction brake
- In computing, to hold down a mouse button while moving the mouse, as in drag-and-drop
In arts, performance arts and entertainment
- To drag, in music, to play slower than the indicated tempo
- Drag (percussion), in drumming, one of the 26 rudiments, or basic patterns used in rudimental drumming
- Drag (band), an Australian band
- Drag (k.d. lang album), a 1997 album by k.d. lang
- Drag (Red Aunts album), an album by the Red Aunts
- Drag show, entertainment, cross-dressing ensemble
- Drag racing, a form of automobile racing
- Drag (music genre), a sub-genre of dark electronic music
- Abbreviation of Slow Drag, a genre of blues dancing.
- Drag (film), a 1929 drama film directed by Frank Lloyd.
- "Drag", a song by King Adora
- Drag (clothing), the clothing associated with one gender role when worn by a person of another gender.
- Drag, Norway, a village in Tysfjord municipality, Nordland, Norway
- Drág, the Hungarian name for Dragu Commune in Sălaj County, Romania
- a deep inhalation of a cigarette
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