2009.06.16(Review of 2006.09.12 edition)
It's time to put some flesh on the bare bones of that outline!
DRAFT (a proposal) （提案の）草稿を作成する
- To draft (verb) a document, talk, etc., is to prepare a first or early (not final) version of it.
- 動詞の draft とは、書類や講演原稿などの第一稿、または初期段階の原稿（最終稿ではなく）の用意をする、つまり、草稿、下書きを作成する、という意味です。
- a: I finished drafting my dissertation last week.
a: Don't congratulate me yet. It's still pretty rough.
- If I draft a proposal, would you be willing to look it over before I present it to the full committee?
- Could you draft a letter for me? I want to thank Ms. Ambrose and her staff for their hospitality during my visit.
- I usually draft an outline of my ideas to show to the editor before I actually begin researching a story.
- We've drafted a working version of the conference agenda, and we're asking the organizers to send us comments and suggestions for changes.
Much success to you today!