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drag

(drag),
1. The lower or cast side of a denture flask.
2. Any tendency for one moving thing to pull something else along with it.

drag

adjective Referring to a person who assumes both the dress and manners of a person of the opposite sex, typically in an exaggerated fashion (e.g., a drag show).

noun The dress and behaviour of a person of one sex when worn by a member of the opposite sex, typically in an exaggerated fashion; e.g., to be dressed in drag.

drag,

n tension between the stretch or pull of tissue and the tissue's resistance.

drag

(drag)
1. The lower or cast side of a denture flask.
2. Any tendency for one moving thing to pull something else along with it.

drag,

n the lower, or cast, side of a denture mold or flask, to which the cope is fitted. The base of the cast is embedded in plaster or stone, with the remainder of the denture pattern exposed to be engaged by the plaster or stone in the cope (the upper part of the flask).
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