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Translation of "withdraw" - English-Spanish dictionary

withdraw

verb   /wɪðˈdrɔː/ ( past tense withdrew, past participle withdrawn)
to take money out of a bank account sacar She withdrew $50.
to remove something, especially because of an official decision retirar He has threatened to withdraw his support.
If an army withdraws, or if someone withdraws it, it leaves the place where it is fighting. retirar(se) The president has ordered troops to be withdrawn from the area.
(Definition of withdraw from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

withdraw

verb /wiðˈdroː/ ( past tense withdrew /-ˈdruː/, past participle withdrawn)
to (cause to) move back or away retirar(se) The army withdrew from its position He withdrew his troops They withdrew from the competition.
to take back (something one has said) retirar She withdrew her remarks, and apologized He later withdrew the charges he’d made against her.
to remove (money from a bank account etc) retirar I withdrew all my savings and went abroad.
withdrawal noun
retirada She went to the bank to make a withdrawal of £300.
withdrawn adjective
(of a person) not responsive or friendly reservado, introvertido She’s become rather withdrawn recently.
(Definition of withdraw from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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