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write sth up

phrasal verb with write uk   /raɪt/  us   /raɪt/ verb (wrote, written or old use writ)
C1 to write something in a ​complete or ​finalform using ​notes that you have made: Have you written up that ​reportyet?
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write sth up

phrasal verb with write uk   us   /raɪt/ verb (wrote, written)
to prepare a ​fullreport, ​document, etc. to ​recordideas, discussions, or ​meetings you had earlier: I need to write up the minutes of the ​meeting.
ACCOUNTING, FINANCE to show an ​increase in the ​value of an ​asset in a company's ​accounts, usually because it is now ​worth more than previously shown: Companies should ​allocate a ​specificvalue to ​intangibleassets rather than just being able to write them up as ​goodwill.
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