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English definition of “draughty”


adjective uk (US drafty)   /ˈdrɑːf.ti/ us    /ˈdræf.t̬i/
describes a place, especially a room, that has currents of unpleasantly cold air blowing through it: a draughty old houseWind and windsStormy weather
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