drag up

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drag up (third-person singular simple present drags up, present participle dragging up, simple past and past participle dragged up)

  1. To remind people of something, usually unpleasant, from the past.
    I don't know why John had to drag up the incident of the car accident. It was really embarrassing.
Last modified on 27 February 2012, at 23:10