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.’