To form letters, words or symbols on a surface in order to communicate. (verb)
To be the author of (a book, article, poem, etc.). (verb)
To send written information to. (verb)
To show (information, etc) in written form. (verb)
To be an author. (verb)
To record (data) mechanically or electronically. (verb)
To fill in, to complete using words. (verb)
The operation of storing data, as in memory or onto disk. (noun)
Examples of word write
Based on my experience, I think blogging a story is a great way to discover what you want to write about in the actual manuscript, but not a great way to *write* a manuscript.
+May write, can write, must write, might write, could write, would write+, and +should write+ may each be resolved into an asserting word and an infinitive.
Then, after dinner, when the lamps were lit, and Mrs. Ukridge petted Edwin and sewed, and Ukridge smoked cigars and incited the gramophone to murder "Mumbling Mose," I would steal away to my bedroom and write -- and write -- and _write_ -- and go on writing till my fingers were numb and my eyes refused to do their duty.
Take two or three hours of leisure and quiet; write with great deliberation, but _write on_ till the subject is concluded.
'If he _has not fulfilled_ his promise to write,' but 'If he _did not write_ as he undertook to do' ([Greek: _egrapsen huposchomenos_]); nor 'If he _has commenced and finished_,' but 'If he _commenced and finished_' ([Greek: _arxamenos sunetelese_]).