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write sth back

phrasal verb with write uk   /raɪt/ us   verb wrote, written
ACCOUNTING, FINANCE to add an amount to a company's profit for a particular period relating to a possible future cost that will not now have to be paid: The group's $50m profit rise was helped by writing back unused provisions made in previous years.
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