v. transcribe, copy
phr. Write it again.
v./n. dictate, dictation
phr. He will transcribe useful words into a notebook when he is reading.
phr. The essay you wrote in Chinese is really good.
phr. I was writing a letter just now.
phr. That book was written by Bing Xin.
phr. This book is well written.
phr. About this practice activity, you had better write a brief summary.
phr. Though he could write Chinese characters, he was not able to speak Chinese.
phr. They were competing to see who wrote faster.
phr. On the door was the word 'Office'.
v. write a letter
v. write characters or words
v./n. write by hand; handwriting
phr. sketch in light shades, play down, deemphasize, touch on lightly
v./n. to sketch from life to paint or draw from nature; life painting, site drawing
phr. This letter is written to me.
n./adj. freehand (drawing, painting etc), spontaneous expression; relaxed, enjoyable, comfortable
phr. write Chinese characters
phr. write a poem
phr. Please write one more time.