|Origin:||dragan 'to pull'; DRAW1|
draught1 [countable] British English
cold air that moves through a room and that you can feel [= draft American English]
Can you close the window? I'm in a draught.
beer that is on draught is served from a large container rather than a bottle [= on draft American English]
a game played by two people, each with 12 round pieces, on a board of 64 squares [= checkers American English]
one of the round pieces used in the game of draughts [= checker American English]
a medicine that you drink:
medicineMD old use
a sleeping draught
the depth of water needed by a ship so that it will not touch the bottom of the sea, a river etc [= draft American English]
the act of swallowing liquid, or the amount of liquid swallowed at one time [= draft American English]
Mick took a long draught of lager.