Definition of write off phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

write off

 phrasal verb
phrasal verb
 
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Phrasal Verbs

write off

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write off for something

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write off to somebody

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write off to somebody for something

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write off to something

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write off to something for something

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write away

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write away for something

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write away to somebody

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write away to somebody for something

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write away to something

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write away to something for something

 
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to write to an organization or a company, usually in order to ask them to send you something synonym send off (for something) I've written off for the catalogue.
  1. 1(business) to cancel a debt; to recognize that something is a failure, has no value, etc. to write off a debt/an investment
  2. 2(British English) to damage something, especially a vehicle, so badly that it cannot be repaired He’s written off two cars this year. related noun write-off see also total

write off somebody

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write off somebody as something

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write off something

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write off something as something

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write somebody off

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write somebody off as something

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write something off

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write something off as something

 
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to decide that somebody/something is a failure or not worth paying any attention to synonym dismiss
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