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draught excludernoun [C]

uk   /ˈdrɑːft ɪkˌskluː.dər/ us   /ˈdræft ɪkˌskluː.dɚ/ UK
a long object that is put against the bottom of a door to stop cold air from entering a room
material, such as rubber or plastic, that is fixed in a long, thin strip around the edges of doors or windows to stop cold air from entering a room
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