Definition of 'withdraw'
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Italy withdrew its application last week after failing to guarantee government support. The Sun (2016)Others were forced to wait in line for ATMs to withdraw money to pay for their groceries. The Sun (2016)Kentucky and Massachusetts have also withdrawn money. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If you withdraw the money for any other reason, you will lose the government bonus and any investment growth. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Two other charges were withdrawn. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His appeal of a six-month ban was withdrawn last week, effectively admitting the charges. The Sun (2016)The group sold stolen bank details and withdrew other people's money from ATMs. Computing (2010)Large lump sums were withdrawn from bank accounts after card payments were delayed by a fault. The Sun (2016)The union withdrew last night to consider its options. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Will any country withdraw from the eurozone in the next year? Times, Sunday Times (2015)But we should withdraw as soon as possible. Times, Sunday Times (2010)There are no charges for withdrawing some or all of your money at any point. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You can withdraw your deposit the same day. The Sun (2008)The reason is that depositors will withdraw their money and keep it under the mattress. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The details were then used to clone bank cards and withdraw cash. The Sun (2006)Charges have been withdrawn and your account closed. The Sun (2016)That charge was withdrawn from the jury. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We see that deposits were withdrawn during the reporting period. International Finance: The markets and financial management of multinational business. (1983)Savers can withdraw money from the products at any time. Times, Sunday Times (2007)But banks are already withdrawing from this business. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The presumption must therefore be that at some point the money was transferred to another of your accounts or withdrawn. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You could say that if it happens again you'll withdraw privileges. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Again some of the walkers pursued them, and again they withdrew. A Plague of Angels (1993)One of the more flexible mortgage options for first-time buyers was withdrawn last week. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Last night Britain was warned to prepare for more casualties as its forces withdrew from the country. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Benefits that are means-tested are withdrawn as soon the recipient finds work. Times, Sunday Times (2010)I then quickly withdraw and leave the family alone. Christianity Today (2000)Unless there are exceptional circumstances, it is hard to imagine him being played anywhere but as the withdrawn striker again. Times, Sunday Times (2008)At a competition in Germany two years ago he withdrew at the last minute after panicking about two of his dives. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'withdraw'
British English: withdraw /wɪðˈdrɔː/ VERB
If you withdraw something from a place, you remove it or take it away.
He reached into his pocket and withdrew a sheet of notepaper.
- American English: withdraw
- Arabic: يَسْحَبُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: retirar
- Chinese: 收回
- Croatian: izvaditi
- Czech: vyjmout
- Danish: trække sig tilbage
- Dutch: terugtrekken
- European Spanish: retirar apartarse
- Finnish: vetää esiin
- French: retirer
- German: zurückziehen
- Greek: αποσύρω
- Italian: ritirare
- Japanese: 抜き取る
- Korean: ...을 빼다
- Norwegian: ta bort
- Polish: cofnąć
- European Portuguese: retirar
- Romanian: a scoate
- Russian: отводить
- Spanish: retirar
- Swedish: dra (sig) tillbaka
- Thai: นำออกมา
- Turkish: çekmek geri
- Ukrainian: виймати
- Vietnamese: rút
Definition of withdraw from the Collins English Dictionary
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