a person who does menial, distasteful, dull, or hard work.
a person who works in a routine, unimaginative way.
verb (used without object), drudged, drudging.
to perform menial, distasteful, dull, or hard work.
a person, such as a servant, who works hard at wearisome menial tasks
(intransitive) to toil at such tasks
late 15c., “one employed in mean, servile, or distasteful work,” missing in Old English and Middle English (but cf. Middle English druggen “do menial or monotonous work; druggunge, mid-13c., in Barnhart), but apparently related to Old English dreogan “to work, suffer, endure” (see endure). The verb is from 1540s. Related: Drudged; drudging. The surname is from 13c., probably from Old French dragie “a mixture of grains sown together,” thus, a grower of this crop.
[druhg] /drʌg/ noun 1. Pharmacology. a chemical substance used in the treatment, cure, prevention, or diagnosis of disease or used to otherwise enhance physical or mental well-being. 2. 3. a habit-forming medicinal or illicit substance, especially a narcotic. 4. drugs. 5. Obsolete. any ingredient used in chemistry, pharmacy, dyeing, or the like. verb (used with […]
noun 1. addiction to drugs. 2. substance abuse involving drugs. drug abuse n. Habitual use of drugs to alter one’s mood, emotion, or state of consciousness.
noun 1. a person who is addicted to a narcotic. noun 1. any person who is abnormally dependent on narcotic drugs See addiction
- Drug bust
noun the arrest of persons involved with illegal drugs and seizure of the drugs by law enforcement officers