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- v. To write about positively.
- v. To document the faults of.
- v. To produce by writing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a short account of the news
- v. bring to public notice by writing, with praise or condemnation
- v. put into writing; write in complete form
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We've got pickups in the mudroom and the Snout Room and the refuge, that's the room they use to write up their notes and talk and get drunk, but it's right next to the Snout Room.
I've got some notes to write up — I'll sleep after the kids're off to school.
"Walt, write up Dr. Lynch's fines and include the estimate on the gate ...
The ones I will write up and send in an e-mail to the New Hampshire Gazette.
Following the X-15 flight, there was barely enough time for Neil to write up his pilot comments before he had to leave for Brooks Air Force Base in San Antonio.
I want you to get where you can see all that is going on, and, with paper and pencil in hand, write it down, so we may not have so much labor and so many conflicitng statements, and then write up the Report at once after the battle.