What is the difference between the following two expressions: craft a response and draft a response?
Note. Not directly related, but I found the following information on the usage frequency of these two expressions interesting:
- Google Ngram says "craft a response" is more common than "draft a response"
- Ludwig says "draft a response" is more common than "craft a response"
Note. While online dictionaries have entries for the individual words "craft" and "draft", they do not include the above expressions/collecations. Sometimes the meaning of a word depends on whether it is used individually or in combination with others. That is why I wanted to get clarification from a native speaker.