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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwrittenwrit‧ten1 /ˈrɪtn/ verb  x-refthe past participle of writewrittenwritten2 ●●● W3 adjective [only before noun]  1 WRITErecorded in writing the development of written languagewritten agreement/reply/statement/report etc Please send a cheque with written confirmation of your booking.2 written test/exam3 the written word
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writtenDon't sign any written agreement until you have read every word of the contract.In other subjects too they may need written and other materials with simplified language demands but perhaps higher demands in other respects.One has led to the written constitution, but it has also led to revolution and at times tyranny.She was illiterate, and could not understand the written details on the insurance form.We put it in writing, sending written details up the hierarchy in case we have to prove we have fulfilled our role.One factor inhibiting the spread of written documents had been fear of forgery.Some expressions are more common in spoken English than in written English.Attainment target 3: A growing ability to construct and convey meaning in written language matching style to audience and purpose.The written test success rates are given in the table below.However you organise your checking routine, it is crucial to present written work which has been checked over for spelling.written agreement/reply/statement/report etcThere is always the problem of maintaining an encouraging tone to written reports.These criteria must be included in the written agreement.They will receive written reports annually and their children's schools will be inspected every four years.The following is that written report in letter form.In a written statement, the Navy said the sailor was inebriated when he returned to the ship.In fact, the mayor could submit a written report to the Board of Supervisors and be done with it.Rice thanked Drake and asked him to prepare a written report with recommendations.