Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

arrastrar in English:

1. to pull to pull

I learned how to pull a decent pint

English word "arrastrar"(to pull) occurs in sets:

Basic Verbs - Verbos Básicos
Deporte - Sport

2. drag drag

If you drag that chair across the floor it will make a loud noise.
He was dragging the equipment home
Its foolish if your friends can drag you down, Chris said finally.
Pick the chair up instead of dragging it behind you.
You can't drag this dog, if he doesn't want to go, don't force him.
The last hour dragged mercilessly.
Wanna have a drag?
rocks are dragged
Did you see my drag yesterday?
He took one more drag and threw away the dummy.
Tell him I'm not home. I don't wanna talk to this drag.
Yesterday I saw that movie you told me about. That was a real drag.
There was yellow weed on the line but the old man knew that only made an added drag.
if you drag someone somewhere, you make them go there with you, even though they do not want to go
Don't drag out Chinese sayings about the importance of an environment conducive learning just to justify moving house for a child's entrance exams!

English word "arrastrar"(drag) occurs in sets:

crime and punishment

3. scuff

So be sure you have them buffed, not scuffed.

English word "arrastrar"(scuff) occurs in sets:

Fichas del libro - "Exile from Space" (Judith Merril)

4. lug

If the lug thinks he can get me, let him try!
One more time and I'm gonna fire this lug!

English word "arrastrar"(lug) occurs in sets:

Fichas del libro - "Splores of a Halloween, Twenty...