write to

write something to someone

1. to send specific information to someone in writing. I wrote the facts to John, and he thanked me for the information. They wrote all the details to me, and I filed them.
2. to compose a letter or e-mail and send it to someone. Sam wrote a letter to his father. Did you write that memo to Mark yet?
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write something to something

to write something that is supplementary to something else. Molly wrote an epilogue to her story covering the time up till now. I will write the introduction to the book this afternoon.
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write to someone

to compose a letter or e-mail and send it to someone. I will write to her again, but I don't expect to hear anything. Please write to me as soon as you can.
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References in classic literature ?
Besides, there had not been any news value in his article, and most likely the editor would write to him about it first.
You write that you are ill, but Monsieur Bwikov will not let me leave the house today; so that I can only write to you.
In the last chapter subsection titled 'The Secret Order of Hermeneutics and the Text of the World' he openly advocates his major agenda: "We write to understand.
Students can plan writing tasks, write to numerous grade level-appropriate prompts, receive immediate feedback on their writing, engage in peer reviews, and revise their writing as appropriate.
Some backup software products keep attempting to write to a filesystem, even after it's full.
Therefore, a large database will constantly read from and write to the entire disk array.
Teachers explored the connection between good literature and how real authors write to help students see how each dovetails with the other.
Early on, in 1937, Ellison would write to his friend, "You must write and tell me of the magazine and if possible I should like for you to send me copies.
Follow the golden rule of writing: Write to others as you would like others to write to you.