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withdraw 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/wiT͟Hˈdrô/,/wiTH-/,
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withdrawn, past participle; withdrawing, present participle; withdraws, 3rd person singular present; withdrew, past tense;
  1. Remove or take away (something) from a particular place or position
    • - slowly Ruth withdrew her hand from his
  2. Take (money) out of an account
    • - normally you can withdraw up to $50 in cash
  3. Take back or away (something bestowed, proposed, or used)
    • - the party threatened to withdraw its support for the government
  4. (in parliamentary procedure) Remove or recall a motion, amendment, etc., from consideration

  5. Say that (a statement one has made) is untrue or unjustified
    • - he failed to withdraw his remarks and apologize
  6. (of a man) Practice coitus interruptus

  7. Leave or come back from a place, esp. a war zone
    • - Allied forces withdrew from Norway in 1941
  8. Cause (someone) to leave or come back from a place, esp. a war zone
    • - both countries agreed to withdraw their troops
  9. No longer participate in an activity or be a member of a team or organization
    • - his rival withdrew from the race on the second lap
  10. Depart to another room or place, esp. in search of quiet or privacy

  11. Retreat from contact or communication with other people
    • - he went silent and withdrew into himself
  12. Cease to take an addictive drug
    • - for the cocaine user, it is possible to withdraw without medication

  1. pull back or move away or backward; "The enemy withdrew"; "The limo pulled away from the curb"
  2. retire: withdraw from active participation; "He retired from chess"
  3. disengage: release from something that holds fast, connects, or entangles; "I want to disengage myself from his influence"; "disengage the gears"
  4. recall: cause to be returned; "recall the defective auto tires"; "The manufacturer tried to call back the spoilt yoghurt"
  5. swallow: take back what one has said; "He swallowed his words"
  6. seclude: keep away from others; "He sequestered himself in his study to write a book"
  7. Withdrawal can refer to any sort of separation, but is most commonly used to describe the group of symptoms that occurs upon the abrupt discontinuation/separation or a decrease in dosage of the intake of medications, recreational drugs, and/or alcohol. ...
  8. (Withdrawal (military)) A withdrawal is a type of military operation, generally meaning retreating forces back while maintaining contact with the enemy. ...
  9. To pull (something) back; To take back (a comment, etc); To remove, to stop providing (one's support, etc); To extract (money from an account); To retreat
  10. (withdrawal) Receiving from someone's care what one has earlier entrusted to them. Usually refers to money; A method of birth control which consists of removing the penis from the vagina before ejaculation; A type of metabolic shock the body undergoes when a substance, usually a toxin such as ...
  11. (Withdrawal) When you shall take money out of the casino into one of your accounts.
  12. (Withdrawal) money that is removed from a bank account.
  13. (Withdrawal) A student may withdraw from a course before the appropriate deadline. The student will be given a grade of “W” for the course and the course will remain on the student’s transcript. A “W” grade is not included in GPA calculations. Tuition and fees will be charged for the course.
  14. (Withdrawal) effects experienced when a patient stops taking sleeping pills.
  15. (Withdrawal) symptoms that appear during the process of stopping the use of a drug that has been taken regularly.
  16. (Withdrawal) An arriving alien’s voluntary retraction of an application for admission to the United States in lieu of a removal hearing before an immigration judge or an expedited removal. Withdrawals are not included in nonimmigrant admission data.
  17. (Withdrawal) When a company decides to not continue with its proposed offering of securities. The reasons for this can be numerous and don't always signify trouble with the proposed offering. This term is sometimes used with the word cancellation.
  18. (Withdrawal) The uncomfortable physical or psychological state experienced when certain substances or medications are discontinued suddenly in an habituated individual. Therapeutic medication withdrawal is done gradually over time to minimize uncomfortable symptoms.
  19. (Withdrawal) The process of discontinuing enrollment in a course or courses. A grade of “W” is recorded on the student transcript.
  20. (Withdrawal) Taking money out of an account.
  21. (Withdrawal) The administrative procedure of dropping a course or leaving a university.
  22. (Withdrawal) Symptoms that occur after chronic use of a drug is reduced or stopped.
  23. (Withdrawal) The removal of funds from a deposit account.
  24. (Withdrawal) Failure to reach the reserve price or insufficient bidding.
  25. (Withdrawal) A group of symptoms that may occur from suddenly stopping the use of a substance such as alcohol or other drugs after chronic or prolonged ingestion.