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redraft

[ ree-draft, -drahft ]
/ ˈriˌdræft, -ˌdrɑft /
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noun

a second draft or drawing.
Finance. a draft on the drawer or endorsers of a protested bill of exchange for the amount of the bill plus the costs and charges.

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Origin of redraft

First recorded in 1675–85; re- + draft
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redraft

noun (ˈriːˌdrɑːft)

a second draft
a bill of exchange drawn on the drawer or endorser of a protested bill by the holder for the amount of the protested bill plus costs and charges
a re-exported commodity

verb (riːˈdrɑːft) (intr)

to make a second copy of; draft againto redraft proposals for a project
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