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write British & World English

Mark (letters, words, or other symbols) on a surface, typically paper, with a pen, pencil, or similar implement

write English Thesaurus

he wrote her name in the school jotter

co-write British & World English

Write (something) together with another person

write-in British & World English

A vote cast for an unlisted candidate by writing their name on a ballot paper

write-off British & World English

A vehicle or other object that is too badly damaged to be repaired

write-up British & World English

A written account, in particular a newspaper article giving an opinion or review of an event, performance, or product

read-write British & World English

Capable of reading existing data and accepting alterations or further input

write-back British & World English

The process of restoring to profit a provision for bad or doubtful debts previously made against profits and no longer required

write-down British & World English

A reduction in the estimated or nominal value of an asset

write-once British & World English

Denoting a memory or storage device, typically an optical one, on which data, once written, cannot be modified

write-protect British & World English

Protect (a disk) from accidental writing or erasure

write the book British & World English

Used in reference to particular expertise or proficiency in a subject, area of activity, etc.

write one's ticket British & World English

Dictate one’s own terms

write someone in British & World English

(When voting) add the name of someone not on the original list of candidates and vote for them

write something up British & World English

Write a full or formal account of something

write something down British & World English

Reduce the nominal value of stock or goods

write something off British & World English

Dismiss someone or something as insignificant

be nothing to write home about British & World English

Be very mediocre or unexceptional

rewrite British & World English

Write (something) again so as to alter or improve it

overwrite British & World English

Write on top of (other writing)

write the book in book British & World English

Used in reference to particular expertise or proficiency in a subject, area of activity, etc.

nothing to write home about in home English Thesaurus

his looks were nothing to write home about

write someone/something off in write English Thesaurus

they have had to write off loans and lose their investments