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write

verb

To form letters, words or symbols on a surface in order to communicate.

The pupil wrote his name on the paper.
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If it's important, they need to write it to me, but I'm not going to read a cc e-mail.

The New York Times
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If they want to write to me, they can write to me.

The New York Times
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For instance, I thought little of the teacher who 'punished' me by leaving me alone in his flat to write a page on why I was 'so selfish' – and then he appeared after some time and spent a couple of minutes flirting with me and massaging my shoulders.

Independent
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Miss Karsavina warned her pupils never to write about a place they hadn't seen unless they had done some re search.

The New Yorker
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Mr. Colombo helped write some of Italy's basic postwar reforms, including those that redistributed land to the poor, nationalized electricity production and spurred development in the nation's impoverished South.

The New York Times
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When you write a biography, there are moments when you feel that your subject is thinking things just for you to find them out.

The New Yorker
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Mr. Obama disappeared into a back room in Ms. Winfrey's television studio to write the note, but he was gone so long that his spokesman, Robert Gibbs, popped his head in after half an hour.

The New York Times

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