draughty

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draughty

(ˈdrɑːftɪ) or

drafty

adj, draughtier or draughtiest, draftier or draftiest
characterized by or exposed to draughts of air
ˈdraughtily, ˈdraftily adv
ˈdraughtiness, ˈdraftiness n
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draft•y

(ˈdræf ti, ˈdrɑf-)

adj. draft•i•er, draft•i•est.
characterized by or admitting unwanted or uncomfortable currents of air.
[1840–50]
draft′i•ly, adv.
draft′i•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.draughty - not airtight
leaky - permitting the unwanted passage of fluids or gases ; "a leaky roof"; "a leaky defense system"
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Translations
مليء بِتَيّارات الهَواء
plný/vystavený průvanu
med gennemtrækutæt
huzatos
næîingssamur, sem kaldur súgur leikur um
plný prievanu
prepišen
cereyanlıesintili

draughty

drafty (US) [ˈdrɑːftɪ] ADJ (draughtier (compar) (draughtiest (superl))) [room] → con mucha corriente; [street corner] → de mucho viento
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draughty

[ˈdrɑːfti] (British) drafty (US) adj [room, building] → plein(e) de courants d'air
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

draughty

, (US) drafty
adj (+er)zugig; it’s draughty in herehier zieht es
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

draughty

drafty (Am) [ˈdrɑːftɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) (room) → pieno/a di spifferi; (street corner) → ventoso/a
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

draught

(American) draft (draːft) noun
1. a movement of air, especially one which causes discomfort in a room or which helps a fire to burn. We increase the heat in the furnace by increasing the draught; There's a dreadful draught in this room!
2. a quantity of liquid drunk at once without stopping. He took a long draught of beer.
3. the amount of water a ship requires to float it. a draught of half a metre.
draughts noun , (American ˈcheckers)
1. singular a game for two people, played on a board (a ˈdraughtboard , (American) ˈcheckerboard) exactly like a chessboard, with twenty-four discs.
2. plural the discs.
ˈdraughty adjective
full of draughts of air. a draughty room.
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