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Drag One's Feet ( go slowly; delay; wait to begin ... )

"Drag One's Feet"

You are delaying with no good reason when you are dragging your feet.

Example: "I've wanted to start yoga for months. I've just been dragging my feet."

Example: "Stop dragging your feet. We are late."

You go slowly or find reasons to stop when you drag your feet.

Example: "They say they want to buy, but still they are dragging their feet."

Example: "We missed the bus!" Reply: "That's what happens when you drag your feet."

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