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A preliminary outline for a plan
“Farmers will provide input into each draft of the plan so it better accommodates their needs.”
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A (rough) sketch, design or diagram, typically used for design or construction
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“Hooke produced a draft of the building and was ordered to begin work on its construction.”
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A plan or suggestion put forward for consideration by others
“The Secretary-General shall prepare a draft budget for the several institutions of the Union and submit his draft for approval to the Committee of Ministers.”
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An order for money to be paid (such as a check)
“She has contacted her bank in Boston to send a draft to pay the rest of the mortgage.”
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A body of air moving in a definite direction
“Upon entering the home, we felt a draft blowing through a broken window.”
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A single portion of a liquid that is, or will be, imbibed
“He set down the sherry decanter and poured a draft of whiskey for himself.”
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An act or system of recruiting or enlisting someone for a role, task, position or duty
“A number of men joined the priesthood to dodge the draft, only to discover, sometimes in midlife, that this was not the way they wished to spend their earthly span of years.”
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That part of a cargo that produces revenue
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A small sheet or scrap of paper with a hand-written note as a reminder or personal message
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A summarized record of proceedings
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A small portion or dose of a liquid which is medicinal, poisonous, or magical
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A drink, such as tea, coffee, liquor, beer, milk, juice, or soft drinks, sometimes excluding water
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Blower of air
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A publication, version or launch of a given product
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Written instruction to pay
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A trace or hint of something bad, menacing, or exciting
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Strength or energy as an attribute of physical action or movement
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A plan made in secret achieve a particular aim or goal, typically nefarious in nature
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The distance from the top or surface to the bottom of something
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A formal gathering of troops, especially for inspection, display, or exercise
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A list of works of art in an exhibition or collection, with detailed comments and explanations
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A quantity of a medicine or drug taken or recommended to be taken at a particular time
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The grip of a tyre on a road or a wheel on a rail
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A particular type of medicinal solution
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The act of inaugurating, or inducting into office or a position
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A range of things from which a choice may be made
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A quantity of food or drink that fills or can be put in the mouth
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A typically loud state of activity or disturbance
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A distilled beverage with a high alcoholic content
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A formal request submitted to an authority, institution, or organization
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To write or draw up a preliminary outline of a document or speech
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“A committee headed by Memminger was appointed to draft a summary of the causes justifying secession.”
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To draw or drain (liquid) from a source
“How can you be sure your fire pumper will draft water from the creek?”
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To enroll for a job, role, task or duty
“Attempts were made to draft new recruits into the Army. In several states, many men protested against being drafted.”
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To draw, trace, or define the outer edge or shape of
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To put in writing
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To plan or put together the schedule of an event
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To give a summary of
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To enact or establish
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To arrange into a systematic order
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To give legal or constitutional form to
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Select and give a responsibility
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To fix, correct, revise or improve (a text or document)
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To hire (somebody) for work or a job
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To accompany and look after or supervise
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To appropriate or lay claim to something for oneself without right