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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
written /'ritn/
  • động tính từ quá khứ của write
  • tính từ
    • viết ra, được thảo ra; tren giấy tờ, thành văn bản
Concise Dictionary
'rɪtn
adj.
+set down in writing in any of various ways
+systematically collected and written down
+written as for a film or play or broadcast

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
+ adjective
1 [usually before noun] expressed in writing rather than in speech: written instructions / language
2 [usually before noun] (of an exam, a piece of work, etc.) involving writing rather than speaking or practical skills: a written test + written communication skills
3 [only before noun] in the form of a letter, document, etc. and therefore official: a written apology / statement + a written contract
See also - WRITE v.
Idioms: the written word language expressed in writing rather than in speech: the permanence of the written word


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