draft · noun C /dræft/Full view
draft (WRITING)
B2 a piece of writing or a plan that is not yet in its finished form
Dictionary examples:

This is only a rough draft - the finished article will have pictures as well.

She asked me to check the first draft of her proposal.

Learner example:

Now I can use my computer for making monthly reports at home [and] making different kinds of project drafts. (First Certificate in English; B2; Russian)

draft (COLD AIR)
C1 a current of cold air in a room
Dictionary example:

I felt a cold draft every time the door opened.

Learner example:

Also, there is a draft in the [house], [be]cause wind is [blow]ing around the house, which makes us feel cold, wh[ich] is harmful for my child especially. (International English Language Testing System; C1; Russian)

draft · verb T /dræft/
C1 to produce a piece of writing or a plan that you intend to change later
Dictionary example:

to draft a letter

Learner example:

My job is to present an advertising material draft that will be edited by our customer's representative. (International English Language Testing System; C1; Kazakh)

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