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Draft or draught may mean:
- Draught beer or other beverage, served from a bulk keg or cask rather than a bottle or can
- Demand draft, a check created by a merchant with a buyer's account number on it, but without the buyer's signature
- Draft (hull), distance from waterline to keel
- Draft (sail), degree of curvature in a sail
- Air draft, distance from waterline to the highest point on a vessel
- Conscription, compulsory enrollment of persons especially for military service
- Draft (politics), groundswell of support to compel a candidate to run for office
- Draft (sports), selection of players for professional sports teams
- The event in Fantasy Football where players are chosen on the 25th instead of the 18th. 25 (number)
- Drafted 2007 comic released by Devil's Due Publishing
- The Draft (comics), a 1988 one-shot comic book from Marvel Comics
- The Draft (band), an American punk rock band
- Drapht, an Australian hip hop singer
- Draft 7.30, an album by British electronic band Autechre
- WWE Draft, a World Wrestling Entertainment program which drafts superstars to different WWE brands
- Draughts, board game, a.k.a. checkers
- Draft (engineering), the angle added to features perpendicular to the parting line of a casting or molding
- Draft document, a version of an unfinished document or other written work
- Banker's draft, a form of check where the funds are taken directly from the financial institution
- Chimney draught, outgoing flow into chimney of gases from combustion
- Mechanical draft, incoming flow of air to burn fuel for a boiler or engine
- Sight draft, or time draft, an order for the payment of money by a banker
- Vertical draft, vertical movement of air, which can be dangerous to airplanes.
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