||damage, destroy, lay waste, trash the place
||If the workers get mad, they'll wreak havoc in the warehouse. They'll wreck the place.
|write it off
||say it is a financial loss, call it a business expense, deduct it from income
||Don't worry about the cost of my plane ticket. I can write it off as a business expense.
||record in writing, prepare a written account
||I've been asked to write up a list of the winners for the newspaper.
||being unable to think of something to write
||I told the teacher I couldn't do the paper because of writer's block.
|written all over your face
||showing on your face, body language, read you
||When you heard that Italy lost the World Cup, disappointment was written all over your face.
|written in blood
||like a law, binding, cannot be changed
||Now that his name is written in blood, he's a member of our gang.
|written in stone
||written in final form, like a commandment
||Our agreement isn't written in stone; it can be changed.
||weak person, chicken, wimp
||"Who is the most famous wuss?" "Mr. Bean?" "Right!"
||what you see is what you get (if you are lucky)
||The printer is supposed to print what you see on the computer screen - wysiwyg!