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Translation of "write" - English-Spanish dictionary

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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