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writing

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈraɪtɪŋ/
SKILL A1 the skill or activity of producing words on a surface: Teachers focus on reading and writing in the first year.Writing and typing
WORDS A2 words that have been written or printed: The writing was too small to read.Pieces of writing
STYLE B1 the way that someone writes: You've got very neat writing.Writing and typing
BOOKS B2 the books, stories, articles, etc written by a particular person or group of people: She's studying women's writing of the 1930s.Pieces of writing
JOB B2 the activity or job of creating books, stories, or articlesWriting and typing
in writing B2 An agreement that is in writing is official because it has been written and not only spoken: Please confirm your reservation in writing.Official documents
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