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Translation of "withhold" - English-Spanish dictionary

withhold

verb   /wɪðˈhəʊld/ (withheld, withheld)
to refuse to give something or to keep back something retener, no revelar to withhold information/support During the trial, the prosecution was accused of withholding crucial evidence from the defence. Police are withholding the dead woman’s name until her relatives have been informed. She withheld her rent until the landlord agreed to have the repairs done. The government is planning to withhold benefit payments from single mothers who refuse to name the father of their child. Taxes are withheld from your paycheck.789
(Definition of withhold from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

withhold

verb /wiðˈhəuld/ ( past tense, past participle withheld /-ˈheld/)
to refuse to give negar, rehusar The council withheld planning permission for the new factory.
(Definition of withhold from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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