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Drag Me Down

Drag Me Down - put someone in a bad situation; pull someone down

  • I am not going to let my financial situation drag me down.
  • I am not going to let anything drag me down. I am going to succeeded.
  • We are not going to let the past drag us down.
  • I hope my lack of English doesn't drag me down, when I go to American.
  • My lack of education might pull me down, so I am going to go back to school.

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