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Can I use the word draft to refer to the the current of air coming out of the air conditioner?

Ex: I don't want to sit in the draft of the air conditioning. It'll give me a headache.

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    Yes you can but I'd suggest that you change the example sentence to "The draft from the AC would give me a headache, so I don't want to sit in its way"

    Yes, you can use the word draft to refer to the air from the air conditioner. You can say, for example, "I prefer not to sit near the air conditioning vent. The cold draft will give me a headache."

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