noun: draught; plural noun: draughts; noun: draft; plural noun: drafts
a current of cool air in a room or other confined space. "heavy curtains at the windows cut out draughts"
synonyms:current of air, rush of air, breath, whiff, waft, wind, breeze, gust, puff, blast, gale;
literary zephyr "the draught made Robyn shiver"
a single act of drinking or inhaling. "she downed the remaining beer in one draught"
the amount swallowed or inhaled in a draught. "he took deep draughts of oxygen into his lungs"
synonyms:gulp, drink, swallow, mouthful;
informalswig, swill, slug;
informalchug "he took another deep draught of his beer"
a quantity of a liquid with medicinal properties. "a sleeping draught"
the depth of water needed to float a ship. "the shallow draught enabled her to get close inshore"
the drawing in of a fishing net.
the fish taken at one drawing; a catch.
adjective: draught; adjective: draft
denoting beer or cider served from a barrel or tank rather than from a bottle or can. "draught ale"
denoting an animal used for pulling heavy loads. "a draught horse"
Middle English (in the sense ‘drawing, pulling’; also ‘something drawn, a load’): from Old Norse dráttr, of Germanic origin; related to German Tracht, also to draw. Compare with draft.
prepare a preliminary version of (a document). "I drafted a letter of resignation"
select (a person or group of people) and bring them somewhere for a certain purpose. "riot police were drafted in to break up the blockade"
conscript (someone) for military service. "he was drafted in 1938"
select (a player) for a sports team through the draft. "he was drafted by Winnipeg and traded the following spring"
mid 16th century: phonetic spelling of draught.
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