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  1. draft

    • IPA[draft]

    美式

    • n.
      a preliminary version of a piece of writing;a plan, sketch, or rough drawing.
    • v.
      prepare a preliminary version of (a document);select (a person or group of people) and bring them somewhere for a certain purpose
    • adj.
      denoting beer or other drink that is kept in and served from a barrel or tank rather than from a bottle or can;denoting an animal used for pulling heavy loads
    • verb: draft, 3rd person present: drafts, gerund or present participle: drafting, past tense: drafted, past participle: drafted

    • noun: draft, plural noun: drafts

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    名詞

    • 1. a preliminary version of a piece of writing the first draft of the party's manifesto a draft document
    • a plan, sketch, or rough drawing.
    • a mode of operation of a printer in which text is produced rapidly but with relatively low definition.
    • 2. US compulsory recruitment for military service 25 million men were subject to the draft draft cards
    • North American a procedure whereby new or existing sports players are made available for selection or reselection by the teams in a league, usually with the earlier choices being given to the weaker teams.
    • rare a group or individual selected from a larger group for a special duty, e.g., for military service.
    • 3. a current of cool air in a room or other confined space heavy curtains at the windows cut out drafts
    • 4. the action or act of pulling something along, especially a vehicle or farm implement.
    • 5. a written order to pay a specified sum; a check.
    • 6. a single act of drinking or inhaling she downed the remaining beer in one draft
    • the amount swallowed or inhaled in a single act of drinking or inhaling he took deep drafts of oxygen into his lungs
    • 7. the depth of water needed to float a ship the shallow draft enabled her to get close to shore
    • 8. the drawing in of a fishing net.
    • the fish taken at one drawing; a catch.

    動詞

    • 1. prepare a preliminary version of (a document) I drafted a letter of resignation
    • 2. select (a person or group of people) and bring them somewhere for a certain purpose he was drafted to help with the task force on best safety practices
    • US conscript (someone) for military service he was drafted in 1938
    • North American select (a player) for a sports team through the draft he was drafted by Winnipeg and traded the following spring
    • 3. pull or draw.
    • 4. benefit from reduced wind resistance by driving very closely behind another vehicle.

    形容詞

    • 1. denoting beer or other drink that is kept in and served from a barrel or tank rather than from a bottle or can draft beer
    • 2. denoting an animal used for pulling heavy loads draft oxen
    • n.
      a current of cool air in a room or other confined space: heavy curtains at the windows cut out draughts
    • adj.
      denoting beer or cider served from a barrel or tank rather than from a bottle or can: draught ale

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      British spelling of draft
    • adj.
      British spelling of draft

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a board game for two players, played on a draughtboard. Each player starts with twelve ...

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    • n.
      a game for two players, with twelve pieces each, played on a checkerboard; checkers.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a gate in a stockyard which simultaneously closes one exit and opens another, used when sorting ... a drafting gate at the end of the race directs sheep into the chosen pen

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a fenced passage in a stockyard along which animals are driven prior to being sorted at the ... the new sheep yard has a curved three-way drafting race

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    • n.
      an enclosure in which livestock are sorted into groups: the boys were pushing the cattle up towards the drafting yard

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    • n.
      a table with an adjustable sloped surface, used for making designs, plans, or artwork: animators laboured over their slanted drafting tables

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    英式

    • n.
      a preliminary version of a piece of writing: the first draft of the party's manifesto a draft document
    • v.
      prepare a preliminary version of (a document): I drafted a letter of resignation
    • adj.
      US spelling of draught

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