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draftsman also: (British English) draughtsman
American English: /ˈdræf(t)smən/
British English: /ˈdrɑːf(t)smən/

Translation of draftsman in Spanish:

noun plural -men Pronunciation: / -mən /

  • 1 (Law)
    (persona que redacta un anteproyecto de ley)
    Example sentences
    • This is too complex a matter to be left in the clandestine care of legal draftsmen.
    • He said there were two clear organisations - a supporters group and a political party - and while it may not have pleased a legal draftsman it was the way the party chose to establish itself.
    • The loophole that led to the collapse of the ban had escaped the gaze of the legal draftsmen, the Attorney General and the Cabinet.

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