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draft British & World English

A preliminary version of a piece of writing

draft English Thesaurus

the draft of his speech

draft New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

preliminary version of a text

draught British & World English

A current of cool air in a room or other confined space

draft in draught British & World English

A current of cool air in a room or other confined space

bank draft British & World English

A cheque drawn by a bank on its own funds

draft board British & World English

A board of civilians that is responsible for registering, classifying, and selecting people for compulsory military service

draft horse British & World English

A large horse used for pulling heavy loads, especially a cart or plow

draft pick British & World English

The right of a sports team to select a player during the annual selection process

banker's draft British & World English

Another term for bank draft.

demand draft British & World English

A financial draft payable on demand

draft dodger British & World English

A person who has avoided compulsory military service

on draught British & World English

(Of beer or cider) ready to be drawn from a barrel or tank; not bottled or canned

feel the draught British & World English

Experience an adverse change in one’s financial circumstances

on draught in draught British & World English

(Of beer or cider) ready to be drawn from a barrel or tank; not bottled or canned

redraft British & World English

Draft (a document, text, or map) again in a different way

the draft in draft British & World English

Compulsory recruitment for military service

feel the draught in draught British & World English

Experience an adverse change in one’s financial circumstances

downdraught British & World English

A downward current or draught of air

draught excluder British & World English

A strip of foam rubber, metal, or other material inserted in a door or window frame to keep out draughts

sleeping draught British & World English

A drink or drug intended to induce sleep


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