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withdrawal
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
withdrawal /wi 'dr : l/
  • danh từ
    • sự rút khỏi
    • sự rút ra
    • sự rút quân
    • sự rút lui (ý kiến)
    • (pháp lý) sự rút (đn kiện...)
    • (pháp lý) sự huỷ bỏ; sự thu hồi (sắc lệnh...)
Concise Dictionary
withdrawalswɪð'drɔːl ,wɪθ-
noun
+a retraction of a previously held position
+the act of taking out money or other capital
+the act of withdrawing
+avoiding emotional involvement
+formal separation from an alliance or federation
+the termination of drug taking

Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
1 [U, C] the act of moving or taking sth away or back: the withdrawal of support / troops + the withdrawal of a product from the market + US withdrawal from Vietnam
2 [U] the act of no longer taking part in sth or being a member of an organization: his withdrawal from the election + a campaign for Britain's withdrawal from the EU
3 [C] the act of taking an amount of money out of your bank account: You can make withdrawals of up to $250 a day.
4 [U] the period of time when sb is getting used to not taking a drug that they have become dependent on, and the unpleasant effects of doing this: I got withdrawal symptoms after giving up smoking.
5 [C, usually sing, U] the act of saying that you no longer believe that sth you have previously said is true: The newspaper published a withdrawal the next day.
Synonym: RETRACTION
6 [U] (psychology) the behaviour of sb who wants to be alone and does not want to communicate with other people: She is showing signs of withdrawal and depression.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

1 removing/leaving

ADJ.

imminent | immediate, rapid, sudden | gradual, phased | complete, full, total, unconditional, wholesale | partial | strategic, tactical | voluntary | ignominious
The UN were faced with an ignominious withdrawal or a long-term military presence.
| military, troop

VERB + WITHDRAWAL

call for, demand
The party is calling for the phased withdrawal of troops from the island.
| agree to | announce | make
The police were forced to make a tactical withdrawal.

PREP.

~ by
a withdrawal by government troops
| ~ from
the army's withdrawal from the occupied territories

2 from a bank account

ADJ.

cash

VERB + WITHDRAWAL

make

PREP.

~ from
She made a withdrawal of £250 from her bank account.

3 stopping

ADJ.

alcohol, drug

VERB + WITHDRAWAL

suffer

WITHDRAWAL + NOUN

symptoms

PREP.

~ from
She was still suffering withdrawal from nicotine.



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