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Spanish translation of “draught”

draught

noun /draːft/ /draːft/
a movement of air, especially one which causes discomfort in a room or which helps a fire to burn
corriente de aire
We raise the heat in the furnace by increasing the draught There’s a dreadful draught in this room!
a quantity of liquid drunk at once without stopping
trago
He took a long draught of beer.
the amount of water a ship requires to float it
calado
a draught of half a metre.
draughts noun (British ) (singular ) a game for two people, played on a board (a draughtboard, (American ) checkerboard) exactly like a chessboard, with twenty-four discs: checkers(American)
damas
(British) the discs used in this game.
damas
draughty adjective (comparative draughtier, superlative draughtiest, comparative draftier, superlative draftiest) ( drafty) full of draughts of air
con corrientes de aire
a draughty room.
(Definition of draught from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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