Meaning of “withdraw” - Learner’s Dictionary

withdraw

verb uk us /wɪðˈdrɔː/ (past tense withdrew, past participle withdrawn)
MONEY [ T ]

to take money out of a bank account:

She withdrew $50.
REMOVE [ T ]

to remove something, especially because of an official decision:

This product has been withdrawn from sale.
He has threatened to withdraw his support.
MILITARY [ I, T ]

If a military force withdraws, or if someone withdraws it, it leaves the place where it is fighting:

The President has ordered troops to be withdrawn from the area.
COMPETITION [ I ]

to decide that you will not now be in a race, competition, etc:

He was forced to withdraw from the race because of injury.
SOMETHING SAID [ T ] formal

to say that you want people to ignore something you said before because it was not true:

He admitted taking the money, but later withdrew his confession.

(Definition of “withdraw” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)