Tesauro Inglês

Sinônimos de withdraw

(verbo) 
Definition
to take out or remove
Cassandra withdrew her hand from Roger's.He reached into his pocket and withdrew a piece of paper.
Sinônimos
remove
Remove the cake from the oven.
,
pull
Wes was in the yard pulling weeds when we drove up.
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take off
,
pull out
, ,
take away
,
pull back
They were asked to pull back from their positions around the city.
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draw out
,
draw back
I drew back with a horrified scream.
(verbo) 
Definition
to remove (money) from a bank account or savings account
They withdrew 100 dollars from their bank account.
Sinônimos
take out
,
extract
He extracted a small notebook from his pocket.
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draw out
(verbo) 
Definition
(of troops) to leave or be pulled back from the battleground
Troops withdrew from the country last March.
Sinônimos
,
go
It took us an hour to go three miles.
, , , ,
pull out
,
fall back
The congregation fell back from them as they entered.
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pull back
,
back out
I've already promised I'll go – I can't back out now.
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back off
They backed off in horror.
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cop out (slang)
,
disengage from
Opostos
go on
, , , , ,
move forward
,
press on
,
forge ahead
(verbo) 
Definition
to leave one place to go to another, usually quieter, place
The waiter poured the water and then withdrew.
Sinônimos
go
Come on, let's go.
, ,
retire
He retired from the room with his colleagues.
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retreat
They were forced to retreat.
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depart
In the morning Mr McDonald departed for Sydney.
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make yourself scarce
,
absent yourself
He pleaded guilty to absenting himself without leave.
(verbo) 
The opposition threatened to withdraw from the talks.
Sinônimos
pull out
, ,
drop out
She had so much academic work to do that she dropped out of singing lessons.
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secede
On 20 August 1960 Senegal seceded.
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disengage
More vigorous action is needed to force the army to disengage.
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detach yourself
,
absent yourself
(verbo) 
Definition
to take back (a statement) formally
He withdrew his remarks and said he had not intended to cause offence.
Sinônimos
retract
He hurriedly sought to retract the statement.
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recall
The order was recalled.
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take back
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revoke
The government revoked his licence.
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rescind
You will rescind that order immediately.
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disavow
He immediately disavowed the newspaper story.
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recant
a man who refused after torture to recant his heresy
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disclaim
She disclaims any knowledge of her boss's business activities.
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abjure
He abjured the Protestant faith in 1594.
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unsay

Sinônimos adicionais

in the sense of abjure
He abjured the Protestant faith in 1594.
Sinônimos
give up,
kick (informal),
throw off,
renege on,
wash your hands of,
in the sense of absent yourself
Definition
to stay away
He pleaded guilty to absenting himself without leave.
Sinônimos
stay away,
slope off (informal),
bunk off (slang),
remove yourself
in the sense of back off
Definition
to retreat
They backed off in horror.
Sinônimos
go back,
move back,
turn tail

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