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Meaning of “draft” - Learner’s Dictionary

draft

noun     /drɑːft/
WRITING [C]
B2 a piece of writing or a plan that is not yet in its finished form: He made several changes to the first draft.IncompleteEditing and compilingCorrecting and mendingPublishing
the draft US
an arrangement in which people are told that they must join the armed forcesMilitary training and ceremonies
COLD AIR [C]
US spelling of draught (= a current of cold air in a room) Wind and windsStormy weather
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