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withdraw/wɪðˈdrɑː, wɪθˈdrɑː/verb
withdrawswithdrew/-ˈdruː//wɪðˈdruː, wɪθˈdruː/withdrawn/-ˈdrɑːn//wɪðˈdrɑːn, wɪθˈdrɑːn/withdrawing
withdraw
/wɪðˈdrɑː, wɪθˈdrɑː/
verb
withdrawswithdrew/-ˈdruː//wɪðˈdruː, wɪθˈdruː/withdrawn/-ˈdrɑːn//wɪðˈdrɑːn, wɪθˈdrɑːn/withdrawing
Learner's definition of WITHDRAW  
[+ object] : to remove (money) from a bank account
[+ object] : to take (something) back so that it is no longer available
[+ object]formal : to take back (something that is spoken, offered, etc.)
[no object] : to stop participating in something
of soldiers : to leave an area
[no object]
[+ object]
   b [no object]somewhat formal + old-fashioned : to leave a room, area, etc., and go to another place— + to
[no object] : to stop spending time with other people: to spend more time alone and gradually stop talking to other people— often + from or into
— see also withdrawn
[+ object] : to take (something) back, away, or out
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