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Detailed Synonyms for withdraw in Englisch

withdraw:

to withdraw Verb (withdraws, withdrew, withdrawing)

  1. to withdraw
    to withdraw; to retrieve; to resign; to resign from; to retire; to pull back; to abdicate; to secede from; to fetch back
    • withdraw Verb (withdraws, withdrew, withdrawing)
    • retrieve Verb (retrieves, retrieved, retrieving)
    • resign Verb (resigns, resigned, resigning)
    • resign from Verb (resigns from, resigned from, resigning from)
    • retire Verb (retires, retired, retiring)
    • pull back Verb (pulls back, pulled back, pulling back)
    • abdicate Verb (abdicates, abdicated, abdicating)
    • secede from Verb (secedes from, seceded from, seceding from)
    • fetch back Verb (fetches back, fetched back, fetching back)
  2. to withdraw
    to leave
    – go away from a place 1
    • leave Verb (leaves, left, leaving)
      • At what time does your train leave?1
      • She didn't leave until midnight1
      • The ship leaves at midnight1
    to abandon; to depart from; to secede from; to withdraw; to retire
    • abandon Verb (abandons, abandoned, abandoning)
    • depart from Verb (departs from, departed from, departing from)
    • secede from Verb (secedes from, seceded from, seceding from)
    • withdraw Verb (withdraws, withdrew, withdrawing)
    • retire Verb (retires, retired, retiring)
  3. to withdraw
    to resign; to retire; to withdraw; to slow down; to come to a halt
    • resign Verb (resigns, resigned, resigning)
    • retire Verb (retires, retired, retiring)
    • withdraw Verb (withdraws, withdrew, withdrawing)
    • slow down Verb (slows down, slowed down, slowing down)
    • come to a halt Verb (comes to a halt, came to a halt, coming to a halt)
  4. to withdraw
    to withdraw; to pull back; to draw back; step back; to stand back
    • withdraw Verb (withdraws, withdrew, withdrawing)
    • pull back Verb (pulls back, pulled back, pulling back)
    • draw back Verb (draws back, drew back, drawing back)
    • step back Verb
    • stand back Verb (stands back, stood back, standing back)
  5. to withdraw
    to recoil; to shrink back; recoil from; to withdraw; to shrink
    • recoil Verb (recoils, recoiled, recoiling)
    • shrink back Verb (shrinks back, shrank back, shrinking back)
    • withdraw Verb (withdraws, withdrew, withdrawing)
    • shrink Verb (shrinks, shrank, shrinking)
  6. to withdraw
    – remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract 1
    to take; to withdraw; to remove; to take away
    – remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract 1
    • take Verb (takes, took, taking)
      • take the gun from your pocket1
    • withdraw Verb (withdraws, withdrew, withdrawing)
      • This machine withdraws heat from the environment1
    • remove Verb (removes, removed, removing)
      • remove a threat1
      • remove a wrapper1
    • take away Verb (takes away, took away, taking away)
  7. to withdraw
    – keep away from others 1
    to withdraw; to seclude; sequester; sequestrate
    – keep away from others 1
    • withdraw Verb (withdraws, withdrew, withdrawing)
    • seclude Verb (secludes, secluded, secluding)
    • sequester Verb
      • He sequestered himself in his study to write a book1
  8. to withdraw
    – take back what one has said 1
    to withdraw; to swallow; to take back; unsay
    – take back what one has said 1
    • withdraw Verb (withdraws, withdrew, withdrawing)
    • swallow Verb (swallows, swallowed, swallowing)
      • He swallowed his words1
    • take back Verb (takes back, took back, taking back)
    • unsay Verb
  9. to withdraw
    – make a retreat from an earlier commitment or activity 1
    to withdraw; to retreat; to back out; crawfish; to pull back; pull in one's horns; back away; crawfish out
    – make a retreat from an earlier commitment or activity 1
  10. to withdraw
    – release from something that holds fast, connects, or entangles 1
    to withdraw; to disengage
    – release from something that holds fast, connects, or entangles 1
    • withdraw Verb (withdraws, withdrew, withdrawing)
    • disengage Verb (disengages, disengaged, disengaging)
      • I want to disengage myself from his influence1
      • disengage the gears1
  11. to withdraw
    – lose interest 1
    to withdraw; to retire
    – lose interest 1
    • withdraw Verb (withdraws, withdrew, withdrawing)
    • retire Verb (retires, retired, retiring)
      • he retired from life when his wife died1
  12. to withdraw
    – pull back or move away or backward 1
    to withdraw; to retreat; to retire; to pull back; to draw back; pull away; recede; move back
    – pull back or move away or backward 1
  13. to withdraw
    – remove (a commodity) from (a supply source) 1
    to draw; to withdraw; to take out; draw off
    – remove (a commodity) from (a supply source) 1
    • draw Verb (draws, drew, drawing)
    • withdraw Verb (withdraws, withdrew, withdrawing)
    • take out Verb (takes out, took out, taking out)
    • draw off Verb
  14. to withdraw
    – cause to be returned 1
    to withdraw; to recall; to call in; to call back
    – cause to be returned 1
    • withdraw Verb (withdraws, withdrew, withdrawing)
    • recall Verb (recalls, recalled, recalling)
      • recall the defective auto tires1
    • call in Verb (calls in, called in, calling in)
    • call back Verb (calls back, called back, calling back)
      • The manufacturer tried to call back the spoilt yoghurt1
  15. to withdraw
    – withdraw from active participation 1
    to withdraw; to retire
    – withdraw from active participation 1
    • withdraw Verb (withdraws, withdrew, withdrawing)
    • retire Verb (retires, retired, retiring)
      • He retired from chess1
  16. to withdraw
    – retire gracefully 1
    to withdraw; bow out
    – retire gracefully 1
  17. to withdraw
    – break from a meeting or gathering 1
    to withdraw; to retire; to adjourn
    – break from a meeting or gathering 1
    • withdraw Verb (withdraws, withdrew, withdrawing)
    • retire Verb (retires, retired, retiring)
      • The men retired to the library1
    • adjourn Verb (adjourns, adjourned, adjourning)
      • We adjourned for lunch1

Konjugationen für withdraw:

present
  1. withdraw
  2. withdraw
  3. withdraws
  4. withdraw
  5. withdraw
  6. withdraw
simple past
  1. withdrew
  2. withdrew
  3. withdrew
  4. withdrew
  5. withdrew
  6. withdrew
present perfect
  1. have withdrawn
  2. have withdrawn
  3. has withdrawn
  4. have withdrawn
  5. have withdrawn
  6. have withdrawn
past continuous
  1. was withdrawing
  2. were withdrawing
  3. was withdrawing
  4. were withdrawing
  5. were withdrawing
  6. were withdrawing
future
  1. shall withdraw
  2. will withdraw
  3. will withdraw
  4. shall withdraw
  5. will withdraw
  6. will withdraw
continuous present
  1. am withdrawing
  2. are withdrawing
  3. is withdrawing
  4. are withdrawing
  5. are withdrawing
  6. are withdrawing
subjunctive
  1. be withdrawn
  2. be withdrawn
  3. be withdrawn
  4. be withdrawn
  5. be withdrawn
  6. be withdrawn
diverse
  1. withdraw!
  2. let's withdraw!
  3. withdrawn
  4. withdrawing
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

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Verwandte Definitionen für "withdraw":

  1. remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract1
    • This machine withdraws heat from the environment1
  2. keep away from others1
  3. take back what one has said1
  4. make a retreat from an earlier commitment or activity1
  5. release from something that holds fast, connects, or entangles1
  6. lose interest1
  7. pull back or move away or backward1
    • The enemy withdrew1
  8. remove (a commodity) from (a supply source)1
  9. cause to be returned1
  10. withdraw from active participation1
  11. retire gracefully1
  12. break from a meeting or gathering1

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