Children's, Intermediate and Advanced Online English Dictionary & Thesaurus

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write down to write (something) in order to remember it, save it, or study it at a later time.
write off to consider to be lost or not worthy of consideration.
write out to write in full.
write up to record or describe in writing, esp. in detail.
write-down in finance, a reduction in the book value of an inventory item or other asset because of depreciation or a decrease in market price.
write-in a candidate who has not been formally nominated and whose name is not on the ballot but must be added by the voter. [3 definitions]
write-off the removal of an item from a business account, usu. as a loss. [2 definitions]
write-up a usu. favorable report, review, biographical sketch, interview, or the like published in a newspaper or magazine.