Definition of 'write down'
Example sentences containing 'write down'
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I am going to write down all the information we have gathered. THE RIVAL QUEENS: A COUNTESS ASHBY DE LA ZOUCHE MYSTERY (2002)All the same, I'd be glad if you could write down the names and places while they're fresh in your memory. FORESTS OF THE NIGHT
It wasn't only the doctor's delivery that made it hard to write down what he said. THE SAVING GRACES (1999)
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Translations for 'write down'
British English: write down /raɪt daʊn/ VERB
When you write something down, you record it on a piece of paper using a pen or pencil.
I wrote down exactly what I thought.
- American English: write down
- Arabic: يُدَوِّنُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: escrever
- Chinese: 写下
- Croatian: zapisati
- Czech: zapsat
- Danish: skrive ned
- Dutch: opschrijven
- European Spanish: anotar apuntar
- Finnish: kirjoittaa muistiin
- French: noter écrire
- German: aufschreiben
- Greek: σημειώνω
- Italian: annotare
- Japanese: 書き留める
- Korean: 기재하다
- Norwegian: skrive ned
- Polish: zapisać
- European Portuguese: escrever
- Romanian: a transcrie
- Russian: записывать
- Spanish: anotar
- Swedish: skriva upp
- Thai: เขียนลง
- Turkish: yazmak
- Ukrainian: записувати
- Vietnamese: ghi chép
Definition of write down from the Collins English Dictionary
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