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to drag oneself

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  • drag\ oneself\ up\ by\ one's\ boot\ straps — • pull oneself up by the bootstraps • pull oneself up by one s own bootstraps • drag oneself up by one s boot straps adv. phr. To succeed without help; succeed by your own efforts. He had to pull himself up by the bootstraps …   Словарь американских идиом

  • drag oneself up by one's boot straps — See: PULL ONESELF UP BY THE BOOT STRAPS …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • drag oneself up by one's boot straps — See: PULL ONESELF UP BY THE BOOT STRAPS …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • drag — [drag] vt. dragged, dragging [ME draggen < ON draga (or OE dragan): see DRAW] 1. to pull or draw with force or effort, esp. along the ground; haul 2. a) to move (oneself) with effort b) to force into some situation, action, etc …   English World dictionary

  • drag — I. noun Etymology: Middle English dragge, probably from Middle Low German draggen grapnel; akin to Old English dragan to draw more at draw Date: 14th century 1. something used to drag with; especially a device for dragging under water to detect… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • pull\ oneself\ up\ by\ one's\ own\ bootstraps — • pull oneself up by the bootstraps • pull oneself up by one s own bootstraps • drag oneself up by one s boot straps adv. phr. To succeed without help; succeed by your own efforts. He had to pull himself up by the bootstraps …   Словарь американских идиом

  • pull\ oneself\ up\ by\ the\ bootstraps — • pull oneself up by the bootstraps • pull oneself up by one s own bootstraps • drag oneself up by one s boot straps adv. phr. To succeed without help; succeed by your own efforts. He had to pull himself up by the bootstraps …   Словарь американских идиом

  • plod — v 1. trudge, pace, tramp, walk heavily, lumber, Inf. galumph; drag oneself along, move laboriously, shuffle, shamble, drag one s feet; walk on or over, tread, step on, stamp, Inf. stomp, crush, trample. 2. drudge, work or work hard, toil, moil,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • crawl — [v1] move very slowly clamber, creep, drag, drag oneself along, go on all fours, go on belly, grovel, hang back, inch, lag, loiter along, lollygag*, move at snail’s pace*, move on hands and knees, plod, poke, pull oneself along, scrabble, slide,… …   New thesaurus

  • shlep — 1) schlepp vb a. to drag, haul, pull or carry b. to drag oneself, move or travel with difficulty. This is the Yiddish version of the German verb schleppen, meaning to drag. It has entered English slang via the American underworld and… …   Contemporary slang

  • schlep — ☆ schlep or schlepp [shlep ] Slang vt. schlepped, schlepping [< Yiddish shlepn, drag < MHG dial. sleppen < LowG slepen < IE base * (s)leub > SLIP3] to carry, take, haul, drag, etc. vi. to go or move with effort; drag oneself n. an… …   English World dictionary