Phrasal Verbs with DRAG

drag on
to continue for too long
The meeting dragged on until 11 p.m.

drag out
to make something last longer than necessary
It’s late. Let’s not drag this meeting out.

drag into
to make someone get involved in an unpleasant situation
I’m sorry to drag you into this mess.

drag down
to make something decrease or get worse
High energy costs are dragging down profits.

drag down
to make someone unhappy
Don’t let his bad moods drag you down.