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withdraw /wɪðˈdrɔː, wɪθ- $ -ˈdrɒː/ verb (past tense withdrew /-ˈdruː/, past participle withdrawn /-ˈdrɔːn $ -ˈdrɒːn/)

Irregular Forms: (withdrawn)(withdrew)

پس زدن، رد کردن، سرباز زدن، عقب کشیدن، عقب نشینی کردن، (withdrawal) پس گرفتن، باز گرفتن، صرفنظر کردن، بازگیری، علوم مهندسی: برداشتن، قانون فقه: قبول نکردن، بازرگانی: برداشت از حساب، علوم نظامی: ترک کردن
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Synonyms: remove, draw back, extract, pull out, take away, take off
Antonyms: deposit, advance
Contrasted words: advance, progress, arrive, come
Related Idioms: give ground, give way
Related Words: quail, recoil, retreat, shrink, recede

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

withdraw S3 W2 /wɪðˈdrɔː, wɪθ- $ -ˈdrɒː/ verb (past tense withdrew /-ˈdruː/, past participle withdrawn /-ˈdrɔːn $ -ˈdrɒːn/)
[Date: 1200-1300; Origin: with 'from' + draw 'to pull']

[intransitive and transitive] to stop taking part in an activity, belonging to an organization etc, or to make someone do this
withdraw from
A knee injury forced her to withdraw from the competition.
calls for Britain to withdraw from the European Union
withdraw something/somebody from something
Parents have the right to withdraw their children from religious education lessons if they wish.

In everyday English, people usually say that someone pulls out of something such as a competition or organization rather than withdraws:
She pulled out with a knee injury.

2. STOP SUPPORTING [transitive] to stop giving support or money to someone or something, especially as the result of an official decision:
One of the minority parties had withdrawn its support for Chancellor Kohl.
Union members will vote on whether to withdraw their labour (=stop working).
a government decision to withdraw funding

3. CHANGE YOUR MIND [transitive] if you withdraw a threat, offer, request etc, you say that you no longer will do what you said:
After much persuasion he agreed to withdraw his resignation.

4. SAY SOMETHING IS NOT TRUE [transitive] formal if you withdraw a remark, criticism, statement etc, you say that what you said earlier was completely untrue Synonym : retract:
He refused to withdraw his remarks and was expelled from the Party.
The newspaper has agreed to withdraw its allegations.

5. PRODUCT/SERVICE [transitive] if a product or service is withdrawn, it is no longer offered for sale or use
withdraw something from sale/from the market
The drug has been withdrawn from the market for further tests.

a) [intransitive and transitive] if an army withdraws, or if it is withdrawn, it leaves a place Synonym : pull out:
the USA’s decision to withdraw 40,000 troops from western Europe
b) [intransitive] to leave a place, especially in order to be alone or go somewhere quiet
withdraw to
We withdrew to the garden for a private talk.

7. MONEY [transitive] to take money out of a bank account Synonym : take out
withdraw something from something
I’d like to withdraw £500 from my current account.

In everyday English, people often say that someone takes or gets money out rather than withdraws it:
Can we stop off at the bank? I need to get some money out.

8. MOVE [transitive] if you withdraw your hand, arm, finger etc from somewhere, you move it from there to where it was before:
Claudia withdrew her hand from his.

9. TAKE OUT [transitive] literary to take an object out from inside something
withdraw something from something
She withdrew a document from her briefcase.

10. STOP COMMUNICATING [intransitive] to become quieter, less friendly, and only concerned about your own thoughts ⇒ withdrawn
withdraw into/from
Ralph has withdrawn from the other kids.
Many depressed people just withdraw into themselves.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. move/move sth away from a place
ADV. altogether, completely | immediately, instantly | abruptly, hastily, promptly, quickly, soon She hastily withdrew her hand from his.
gently | gradually, progressively Forces will be progressively withdrawn.
eventually | temporarily | unconditionally
VERB + WITHDRAW decide to | intend to, wish to | threaten to | be compelled to, be forced to, be obliged to He was forced to withdraw from the competition due to injury.
persuade sb to
PREP. from Two thousand troops were withdrawn from the battle zone.
in favour of He eventually withdrew in favour of Blair, thought to be the more popular candidate.
into She withdrew into her own world.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. take sth away
ADV. immediately | subsequently | eventually | formally She formally withdrew her resignation.
voluntarily | unconditionally Last night he unconditionally withdrew his comments.
VERB + WITHDRAW threaten to | agree to | refuse to | advise sb to, persuade sb to, urge sb to
PREP. from They threatened to withdraw their support from the government.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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TahlilGaran : دیکشنری آنلاین تحلیلگران (معنی withdraw) | علیرضا معتمد , دیکشنری تحلیلگران , وب اپلیکیشن , تحلیلگران , دیکشنری , آنلاین , آیفون , IOS , آموزش مجازی 4.35 : 2089
4.35دیکشنری آنلاین تحلیلگران (معنی withdraw)
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