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write off/away for sth

phrasal verb with write uk   /raɪt/ us   /raɪt/ verb wrote, written or old use writ
to write a letter to an organization asking them to send you something: Did you write off for a brochure?
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in Chinese (Simplified) 写信索取…
in Chinese (Traditional) 寫信索取…
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