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writ

US [rɪt]
UK [rɪt]
  • n.书面命令
  • v.〈古〉“write”的过去式和过去分词
  • Web令状;文书;传票
Plural Form:writs  
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n.
— see also
Holy Writ
1.
~ (for sth) (against sb)
(法庭的)令状,书面命令a legal document from a court telling sb to do or not to do sth
The company has been served with a writ for breach of contract.
这家公司因违约已接到法院令状。
We fully intend to issue a writ against the newspaper.
我们一心想传讯这家报纸。
v.
IDM
Mistrust was writ large on her face.
她脸上明显流露出不信任的神情。
This is deception writ large.
这是明目张胆的欺骗。
writ large
显而易见的;公然easy to see or understand
Mistrust was writ large on her face.
她脸上明显流露出不信任的神情。
明摆着;典型being a large or obvious example of the thing mentioned
This is deception writ large.
这是明目张胆的欺骗。

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