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write /rait/
  • nội động từ wrote, (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) writ; written, (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) writ
    • viết
      • to write legibly: viết rõ
    • viết thư, giao dịch thư từ
      • to write to someone: viết thư cho người nào
    • viết văn, viết sách
      • to write for a living: sống bằng nghề viết sách
    • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ) làm thư ký
    • ngoại động từ wrote, (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) writ; written, (từ cổ,nghĩa cổ) writ
      • viết
        • to write a good hand: viết tốt, viết đẹp
      • viết, thảo ra, soạn
        • to write a novel: viết một tiểu thuyết
        • to write an account: thảo một bản báo cáo
      • điền vào; viết vào
        • to write a form: điền vào một mẫu khai
      • (nghĩa bóng) lộ ra
        • innocence is written on his face: sự vô tội lộ rõ trên nét mặt anh ta
      • to write back
        • viết thư trả lời
      • to write down
        • ghi
      • tả, mô tả như là
      • viết bài chỉ trích (người nào, vở kịch...)
      • (thương nghiệp) giảm bớt (vốn)
      • to write for (in)
        • viết (báo)
      • to write off
        • thảo nhanh, viết một mạch (bản tường thuật một sự kiện)
      • xoá bỏ ở sổ (nợ không đòi được)
      • (quân sự) gạch tên đi (ở bảng phiên chế)
        • two battalions were written off: hai tiểu đoàn đã bị gạch tên đi
      • viết và gửi thư
        • to write off for something: viết thư hỏi mua cái gì
      • to write out
        • chép toàn bộ, sao lại toàn bộ
      • to write out fair: chép vào bản sạch
      • viết
        • to write out a cheque: viết một séc
        • to write oneself out: viết hết ý, hết ý để viết
      • to write uo
        • viết tường tận (một bản báo cáo); viết một bài báo về
      • (thương nghiệp) ghi, vào (sổ)
      • (thông tục) viết bài ca tụng tán dương
      • bổ sung (nhật ký...) đẻ bảo đảm tính thời gian
    Concise Dictionary
    written|wrote|writes|writingraɪt
    verb
    +produce a literary work
    +communicate or express by writing
    +have (one's written work) issued for publication
    +communicate (with) in writing
    +communicate by letter
    +write music
    +mark or trace on a surface
    +record data on a computer
    +write or name the letters that comprise the conventionally accepted form of (a word or part of a word)
    +create code, write a computer program

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 pen, scribble, get off, dash off; indite, inscribe, make out:
    I was writing you a note when you phoned. She wrote out a cheque for $1000.
    2 correspond (with), send a letter or a note or a postcard or US also a postal card, communicate (with):
    You don't write home often enough. Write and let me know when you get a job.
    3 compose, create, make up, author:
    We saw the house in which Elgar wrote the 'Enigma' Variations.
    4 write down.
    (a) register, list, catalogue, note, make a note or notation, record, transcribe, set or jot or take down, note, put in writing, put in black and white:
    The teacher was known for Irish bulls like, 'All absent students must write down their names'.
    (b) derogate, decry, disparage, put down, minimize, make little of, play down, detract, belittle:
    Cumberland's contributions have been written down by his critics.
    5 write off. delete, cancel, disregard, ignore, forgive, forget (about), annul, eradicate, erase:
    The bad debts have been written off.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    letters / numbers
    1 ~ (in / on / with sth) to make letters or numbers on a surface, especially using a pen or a pencil: [V] In some countries children don't start learning to read and write until they are six. + Please write in pen on both sides of the paper. + I haven't got anything to write with. + [VN] Write your name at the top of the paper. + The teacher wrote the answers on the board. + The 'b' had been wrongly written as a 'd'.
    book / music / program
    2 ~ (sth) (about / on sth) to produce sth in written form so that people can read, perform or use it, etc: [VN] to write a novel / a song / an essay / a computer program + He hopes to write a book about his experiences one day. + She had to write a report on the project. + Who was 'London Fields' written by? + Which opera did Verdi write first? + [V] I wanted to travel and then write about it. + He writes for the 'New Yorker' (= works as a writer). + No decision has been made at the time of writing. + [VNN] She wrote him several poems.
    a letter
    3 ~ (sth) (to sb) to put information, greetings, etc. in a letter and send it to sb: [V] Bye! Don't forget to write. + She wrote to him in France. + Can you write and confirm your booking? + I'm writing to enquire about language courses. + [VN, VNN] I wrote a letter to the Publicity Department. + I wrote the Publicity Department a letter. + [V that] She wrote that they were all fine. + [VN] (AmE) Write me while you're away. + [VN that] (AmE) He wrote me that he would be arriving Monday. + [V -ing] They wrote thanking us for the present.
    state in writing
    4 to state the information or the words mentioned: [V that] In his latest book he writes that the theory has since been disproved. + [V] Ancient historians wrote of a lost continent beneath the ocean. [also V speech]
    cheque / form
    5 ~ sth (out) to put information in the appropriate places on a cheque or other form: [VN] to write out a cheque + [VNN] I'll write you a receipt. + The doctor wrote her a prescription for more antibiotics.
    computing
    6 ~ (sth) to / onto sth to record data in the memory of a computer: [VN] An error was reported when he tried to write data to the file for the first time. [also V]
    of pen / pencil
    7 [V] to work correctly or in the way mentioned: This pen won't write.
    Idioms: be written all over sb's face (of a feeling) to be very obvious to other people from the expression on sb's face: Guilt was written all over his face.
    have sth/sb written all over it / sb (informal) to show clearly the quality mentioned or the influence of the person mentioned: It was performance with star quality written all over it. + This essay has got Mike written all over it.
    nothing (much) to write home about (informal) not especially good; ordinary: The team's performance was nothing to write home about.
    more at WORTH adj.
    Phrasal Verbs: write away = WRITE OFF / AWAY
    write back (to sb) to write sb a letter replying to their letter: I'm afraid I never wrote back. + She wrote back saying that she couldn't come.
    write sth<->down
    1 to write sth on paper, especially in order to remember or record it: Write down the address before you forget it.
    2 (business) to reduce the value of ASSETS when stating it in a company's accounts: All stock over six months old was written down to 50%. + the written-down value of the stock
    related noun WRITE-DOWN
    write in (to sb/sth) (for sth) to write a letter to an organization or a company, for example to ask about sth or to express an opinion: I'll write in for more information. + She wrote in to the BBC to complain.
    write sb/sth<->in (AmE, politics) to add an extra name to your voting paper in an election in order to be able to vote for them
    related noun WRITE-IN
    write sth into sth to include a rule or condition in a contract or an agreement when it is made: A penalty clause was written into the contract.
    write off / away (to sb/sth) (for sth) to write to an organization or a company, usually in order to ask them to send you sth: I've written off for the catalogue.
    write sth<->off
    1 (business) to cancel a debt; to recognize that sth is a failure, has no value, etc: to write off a debt / an investment
    2 (BrE) to damage sth, especially a vehicle, so badly that it cannot be repaired: He's written off two cars this year.
    related noun WRITE-OFF
    See also - TOTAL
    write sb/sth<->off (as sth) to decide that sb/sth is a failure or not worth paying any attention to
    write sth<->out to write sth on paper, including all the details, especially a piece of work or an account of sth
    See also - WRITE (5)
    write sb<->out (of sth) to remove a character from a regular series on television or radio: She was written out after 20 years in the role.
    write sth<->up to record sth in writing in a full and complete form, often using notes that you made earlier: to write up your notes / the minutes of a meeting + They had to do a survey of the island and write up their findings.
    related noun WRITE-UP
    Collocation Dictionary
    verb

    1 form letters and words on paper

    ADV.

    clearly, neatly
    Children must learn to write neatly.
    | busily
    She was busily writing in an exercise book.
    | down, out
    I'd better write this down, otherwise I'll forget it.

    VERB + WRITE

    learn to | teach sb to

    PREP.

    on
    He wrote a list on the back of an old envelope.

    2 produce a piece of writing

    ADV.

    beautifully, well | badly | clearly
    the ability to write clearly in plain English
    | extensively
    He has written extensively on the subject.
    | anonymously

    VERB + WRITE

    commission sb to
    He has been commissioned to write a history of the town.
    | inspire sb to, prompt sb to
    She was inspired to write the poem by a visit to the cathedral.

    PREP.

    about
    a journalist who writes about problems in the developing world
    | for
    She writes for ‘The Times’.
    | of
    She wrote of her life in Africa.
    | on
    He writes on political issues.



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