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it's very badly written

  • 1 redactar

    v.
    1 to write.
    redactar un contrato/un tratado to draw up a contract/a treaty
    2 to write up, to draft, to word, to write.
    Ricardo elabora textos técnicos Richard writes out technical texts.
    * * *
    1 (escribir) to write, compose
    2 (con estilo) to word
    3 (tratado, discurso, etc) to draft, draw up
    4 (prensa) to edit
    * * *
    verb
    2) edit
    * * *
    1. VT
    1) [+ carta, noticia, artículo] to write; [+ acuerdo, contrato] to draw up
    2) (Prensa) [+ periódico] to edit
    2.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo <informe/artículo/composición> to write; <acuerdo/tratado> to draw up

    una carta bien/mal redactada — a well-written/badly-written letter

    2.
    * * *
    = draft, draw up, formulate, write, write up, word.
    Ex. Document descriptions may be drafted for a wide variety of different kinds of library material, but some common principles can be established.
    Ex. At the IFLA General Council the two Sections drew up the terms of reference and proposed as members some ten representatives of national libraries.
    Ex. AACR and other recent cataloguing codes have been drafted upon the 'condition' approach to formulating cataloguing rules.
    Ex. A paraphrase is an interpretation of the concepts featured in a document, written in the language of the writer of the paraphrase.
    Ex. Statistical research into ILL is valuable but can cause problems unless written up well for a more general audience.
    Ex. Research questionnaires should therefore be worded carefully while avoiding the use of the broad term.
    ----
    * redactar de otra manera = reword.
    * redactar leyes = draft + legislation.
    * redactar una ley = draft + law.
    * redactar una petición de subvención = write + proposal.
    * redactar una política = formulate + policy.
    * redactar un documento = draft + document.
    * redactar un informe = draw up + report.
    * * *
    1.
    verbo transitivo <informe/artículo/composición> to write; <acuerdo/tratado> to draw up

    una carta bien/mal redactada — a well-written/badly-written letter

    2.
    * * *
    = draft, draw up, formulate, write, write up, word.

    Ex: Document descriptions may be drafted for a wide variety of different kinds of library material, but some common principles can be established.

    Ex: At the IFLA General Council the two Sections drew up the terms of reference and proposed as members some ten representatives of national libraries.
    Ex: AACR and other recent cataloguing codes have been drafted upon the 'condition' approach to formulating cataloguing rules.
    Ex: A paraphrase is an interpretation of the concepts featured in a document, written in the language of the writer of the paraphrase.
    Ex: Statistical research into ILL is valuable but can cause problems unless written up well for a more general audience.
    Ex: Research questionnaires should therefore be worded carefully while avoiding the use of the broad term.
    * redactar de otra manera = reword.
    * redactar leyes = draft + legislation.
    * redactar una ley = draft + law.
    * redactar una petición de subvención = write + proposal.
    * redactar una política = formulate + policy.
    * redactar un documento = draft + document.
    * redactar un informe = draw up + report.

    * * *
    redactar [A1 ]
    vt
    1 ‹texto/informe› to write; ‹acuerdo/tratado› to draw up
    una carta muy bien redactada a well-written o well-worded letter
    2 ( Educ) ‹composición› to write
    3 ( Period) ‹artículo/editorial› to write
    está muy mal redactado it is very badly written
    ■ redactar
    vi
    mi secretaria redacta muy bien my secretary is very good at drafting letters o has very good letter-writing skills
    tiene 11 años y ya redacta muy bien she is only 11 years old and she already writes very well
    * * *

     

    redactar ( conjugate redactar) verbo transitivoinforme/artículo/composición to write;
    acuerdo/tratado to draw up
    verbo intransitivo:

    redactar verbo transitivo
    1 to write
    (contrato, etc) to draw up
    (un diccionario) to compile
    2 (un periódico) to edit

    ' redactar' also found in these entries:
    English:
    compose
    - contract
    - document
    - word
    - copy
    - draft
    - draw
    - redraft
    - reword
    - rewrite
    - write
    * * *
    vt
    to write;
    redactar un contrato/un tratado to draw up a contract/a treaty;
    tenemos que redactarlo de forma más clara we have to word it more clearly
    vi
    to write
    * * *
    v/t write, compose
    * * *
    1) : to write, to draft
    2) : to edit
    * * *
    redactar vb to write [pt. wrote; pp. written]

    Spanish-English dictionary > redactar

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