Definition of indraft in English:


(British indraught)

Pronunciation /ˈindraft/ /ˈɪndræft/


  • 1The drawing in of something.

    ‘the indraft of the towns is irresistible’
    1. 1.1An inward flow or current, especially of air.
      ‘the larger the fire, the sharper is the indraft of the air’
      • ‘The development of indraft wind tunnels, however, has not been as well documented.’
      • ‘This great indraft of moist air from the equatorial North Atlantic is like the warm-season half of a monsoon.’
      • ‘The system of indraught and escape ventilation is absent to date there.’



/ˈindraft/ /ˈɪndræft/