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Spanish translation of “write”

write

verb /rait/ (past tense wrote /rout/, past participle written /ˈritn/)
to draw ( letters or other forms of script ) on a surface , especially with a pen or pencil on paper
escribir
They wrote their names on a sheet of paper The child has learned to read and write Please write in ink .
to compose the text of (a book , poem etc)
escribir
She wrote a book about dinosaurs .
to compose a letter (and send it)
escribir
He has written a letter to me about this matter I’ll write you a long letter about my holiday I wrote to you last week .
writer noun a person who writes, especially for a living
escritor
Dickens was a famous English writer the writer of this letter .
writing noun letters or other forms of script giving the written form of (a) language
escritura
the Chinese form of writing I can’t read your writing.
writings noun plural the collected books , poems , correspondence etc of a particular (usually famous ) person
escrito , obra escrita
the writings of Plato.
written /ˈritn/ adjective in writing
escrito
a written message .
writing paper noun paper for writing letters etc on
papel de escribir , papel de carta
writing paper and envelopes .
write down phrasal verb to record in writing
anotar , apuntar
She wrote down every word he said.
write out phrasal verb to copy or record in writing
transcribir
Write this exercise out in your neatest handwriting .
(Definition of write from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)

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