Definition of redraft in English:

redraft

Line breaks: re¦draft
Pronunciation: /riːˈdrɑːft
 
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verb

[with object]
  • Draft (a document, text, or map) again in a different way: it is important to redraft your will in the event of family breakdown
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    • Marx drafted and redrafted this chapter several times in order to make it as accessible as possible.
    • All authors contributed to writing and redrafting the article.
    • He didn't send the letter, in fact he spent the remaining five years of his life redrafting it - he was notorious for redrafting scientific papers - and he redrafted this letter.

noun

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  • A document, text, or map which has been redrafted: some aspects of the redraft are unclear
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    • Subsequently, on 20th September 1983, Mr Sugar sent Mr Lee a redraft of the amendment.
    • Today's task is to start on a redraft of the paper I plan to present in the Politics and International Studies Department, Rhodes University, on identity and Northern Ireland.
    • Finally, after reading a redraft and suggesting that we change one item to toughen our position, he headed for the door with our final offer in hand.

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