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    draft vs wroking

    " Could you prepare working drawings along with the DPR?"

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    "Could you prepare draft drawings along with the DPR(detailed project plan)?"

    Is it better to say "working drawings" or "draft drawings"?
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    Re: draft vs wroking

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    " Could you prepare working drawings along with the DPR?"

    OR

    "Could you prepare draft drawings along with the DPR(detailed project plan)?"

    Is it better to say "working drawins" or "draft drawings"?
    I would use "working drawings" but I suppose "draft drawings" is OK too.

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