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Detailed Translations for dragón from Spanish to English


dragón [el ~] noun

  1. el dragón
    the dragon
  2. el dragón
    the weever

Translation Matrix for dragón:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
dragon dragón
weever dragón

Related Words for "dragón":

Wiktionary Translations for dragón:

  1. horse soldier
  2. mythical creature

Cross Translation:
dragón dragon DracheMythologie: großes Mischwesen, meist geflügelt, feuerspeiend und mit großen Klauen, das einer Schlange oder Echse ähnelt
dragón dragon dragon — Animal fabuleux


Detailed Translations for dragón from English to Spanish


dragon [the ~] noun

  1. the dragon
    el dragón

Translation Matrix for dragon:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
dragón dragon weever
- firedrake; flying dragon; flying lizard; tartar

Related Words for "dragon":

Synonyms for "dragon":

  • firedrake; mythical monster; mythical creature
  • tartar; unpleasant woman; disagreeable woman
  • Draco; Dragon; constellation
  • flying dragon; flying lizard; agamid; agamid lizard

Related Definitions for "dragon":

  1. any of several small tropical Asian lizards capable of gliding by spreading winglike membranes on each side of the body1
  2. a creature of Teutonic mythology; usually represented as breathing fire and having a reptilian body and sometimes wings1
  3. a fiercely vigilant and unpleasant woman1

Wiktionary Translations for dragon:

  1. mythical creature

Cross Translation:
dragon dragón DracheMythologie: großes Mischwesen, meist geflügelt, feuerspeiend und mit großen Klauen, das einer Schlange oder Echse ähnelt
dragon Draco DracheAstronomie: ein Sternbild
dragon dragón dragon — Animal fabuleux


Translation Matrix for Dragon:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- Draco

Related Definitions for "Dragon":

  1. a faint constellation twisting around the north celestial pole and lying between Ursa Major and Cepheus1

drag on:

to drag on verb (drags on, dragged on, dragging on)

  1. to drag on (persist; continue)

Conjugations for drag on:

  1. drag on
  2. drag on
  3. drags on
  4. drag on
  5. drag on
  6. drag on
simple past
  1. dragged on
  2. dragged on
  3. dragged on
  4. dragged on
  5. dragged on
  6. dragged on
present perfect
  1. have dragged on
  2. have dragged on
  3. has dragged on
  4. have dragged on
  5. have dragged on
  6. have dragged on
past continuous
  1. was dragging on
  2. were dragging on
  3. was dragging on
  4. were dragging on
  5. were dragging on
  6. were dragging on
  1. shall drag on
  2. will drag on
  3. will drag on
  4. shall drag on
  5. will drag on
  6. will drag on
continuous present
  1. am dragging on
  2. are dragging on
  3. is dragging on
  4. are dragging on
  5. are dragging on
  6. are dragging on
  1. be dragged on
  2. be dragged on
  3. be dragged on
  4. be dragged on
  5. be dragged on
  6. be dragged on
  1. drag on!
  2. let's drag on!
  3. dragged on
  4. dragging on
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for drag on:

VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
continuar continue; drag on; persist carry on; continue; drive on; get on; go on; go through with it; hold on; keep on; keep up; let last; move on; persevere; persist; proceed; pursue the subject; ride on; take it further; work on
durar continue; drag on; persist
perdurar continue; drag on; persist hold one's ground; keep it up; live on; stand firm; stand one's grounds
- drag; drag out

Synonyms for "drag on":

Related Definitions for "drag on":

  1. proceed for an extended period of time1
  2. last unnecessarily long1

Wiktionary Translations for drag on:

Cross Translation:
drag on languidecer languir — Être dans un état de langueur.