Adjective: written rit(u)n
Verb: write (wrote,written) rIt
- Set down in writing in any of various ways
- Systematically collected and written down
- Written as for a film or play or broadcast
- Produce a literary work
"He wrote four novels"
- compose, pen, indite [archaic]
- Communicate or express by writing
"Please write to me every week"
- Have (one's written work) issued for publication
"How many books did Georges Simenon write?"
- Communicate (with) in writing
"Write to her soon, please!"
- drop a line
- Communicate by letter
"He wrote that he would be coming soon"
- Write music
- Mark or trace on a surface
"The artist wrote Chinese characters on a big piece of white paper"
- Record data on a computer
- Write or name the letters that comprise the conventionally accepted form of (a word or part of a word)
- Create code, write a computer program
"She writes code faster than anybody else"
See also: backhand, codified, cursive, engrossed, graphic, graphical, handwritten, holographic, in writing, inscribed, left-slanting, longhand, scrivened [archaic], shorthand, statute, write out, writer, writing
Type of: communicate, correspond, create, create by mental act, create mentally, create verbally, delineate, describe, draw, intercommunicate, line, make, record, tape, trace
Antonym: spoken, unwritten
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