English - Vietnamese Dictionary
withdraw /wi 'dr :/Concise Dictionary
- ngoại động từ withdrew; withdrawn
- rút, rút khỏi
- to withdraw the hand from the pocket: rút tay ra khỏi túi
- rút, rút lui
- to withdraw troops from a position: rút quân khỏi một vị trí
- to withdraw a sum of money: rút một số tiền ra
- to withdraw a child from school: cho một đứa bé thôi học
- rút, rút lại
- to withdraw an accusation: rút một lời tố cáo
- (pháp lý) sự huỷ bỏ; sự thu hồi
- to withdraw an order: huỷ bỏ một lệnh; huỷ bỏ một đn đặt hàng
- nội động từ
- rút lui (khỏi một ni)
- after dinner they withdrew: sau bữa com họ rút lui
- ra, rút ra
- to withdraw from a society: rút ra khỏi một hội
withdrawn|withdrew|withdraws|withdrawingwɪð'drɔː ,wɪθ-Thesaurus Dictionary
+pull back or move away or backward
+withdraw from active participation
+release from something that holds fast, connects, or entangles
+cause to be returned
+take back what one has said
+keep away from others
+remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract
+break from a meeting or gathering
+remove (a commodity) from (a supply source)
+make a retreat from an earlier commitment or activity
Advanced English Dictionary
1 draw back, retract, pull back, recoil, shrink back:
He would suddenly withdraw into his cocoon whenever she said the name, 'Elsie'.
2 retract, recall, take back, cancel, rescind, recant, disavow, disclaim, abjure, void, annul, go back on, back down (on):
If she doesn't withdraw that remark, I shall sue her for slander.
3 pull out, extract, remove, Technical retrude:
Afterwards, she withdrew the knife, washed it, and replaced it in the rack. The dentist withdrew the bad tooth.
4 retire, retreat, go, repair:
After dinner, we withdrew to the drawing-room for brandy and cigars.
5 leave, depart, go, make (oneself) scarce, absent (oneself), retire:
We waited till the servants withdrew before exchanging news about Cora.
1 ~ (sb/sth) (from sth) to move back or away from a place or situation; to make sb/sth do thisCollocation Dictionary
Synonym: PULL OUT
[V] Government troops were forced to withdraw. + [VN] Both powers withdrew their forces from the region. + She withdrew her hand from his.
2 [VN] ~ sth (from sth) to stop giving or offering sth to sb: Workers have threatened to withdraw their labour (= go on strike). + The drug was withdrawn from sale after a number of people suffered serious side effects. + He withdrew his support for our campaign. + Unless you return the form within seven days, the offer will be withdrawn.
3 ~ (sb/sth) (from sth) to stop taking part in an activity or being a member of an organization; to stop sb/sth from doing these things: [V] There have been calls for Britain to withdraw from the EU. + He was forced to withdraw from the competition because of injury. + [VN] The horse had been withdrawn from the race.
4 [VN] to take money out of a bank account: I'd like to withdraw £250 please.
5 [VN] (formal) to say that you no longer believe that sth you previously said is true
The newspaper withdrew the allegations the next day.
6 [V] ~ (from sth) (into sth) to become quieter and spend less time with other people: She's beginning to withdraw into herself.
1 move/move sth away from a place
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
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.
She withdrew into her own world.
2 take sth away
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
They threatened to withdraw their support from the government.
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