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Translation of "draft" - English-Spanish dictionary

draft

noun /draːft/
a rough sketch or outline of something, especially written borrador, esbozo I’ve made a rough draft of my speech.
(business ) an order (to a bank etc) for the payment of money letra de cambio, giro a draft for $80.
(American) conscription servicio militar He emigrated to avoid the draft.
a group (of soldiers etc) taken from a larger group reclutamiento a draft of troops.
dodge the draft
to evade military service. evadir el servicio militar
draft dodger noun
a person who illegally avoids joining the army pirata informático
draft evasion noun
evasion of military service. evasión del servicio militar
(Definition of draft from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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