Difference Between DRAG and PULL with Examples

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Drag
is a verb. When you drag something or somebody. It always happens with resistance

  • I will drag this heavy baggage through the airport.
  • Last night you were so drunk I had to drag you out of the pub.

Pull
is also a verb and has a similar meaning to drag but without resistance.

  • Will you pull one of my luggage with you? It’s on wheels.
  • Don’t pull your nice jumper on the floor! It was expensive.

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