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VERB 撤走;拿走 If you withdraw something from a place, you remove it or take it away.
He reached into his pocket and withdrew a sheet of notepaper...
Cassandra withdrew her hand from Roger's.
V-ERG (使)撤退;(使)撤回;(使)撤离 When groups of people such as troops withdraw or when someone withdraws them, they leave the place where they are fighting or where they are based and return nearer home.
He stated that all foreign forces would withdraw as soon as the crisis ended...
Unless Hitler withdrew his troops from Poland by 11 o'clock that morning, a state of war would exist between Great Britain and Germany...
VERB 提，取(款) If you withdraw money from a bank account, you take it out of that account.
Open a savings account that does not charge ridiculous fees to withdraw money...
They withdrew 100 dollars from a bank account after checking out of their hotel.
VERB 退出，返回(至另一个房间) If you withdraw to another room, you go there.
He and the others withdrew to their rented rooms...
He poured the wine and then withdrew again...
VERB 退出(活动或组织) If you withdraw from an activity or organization, you stop taking part in it.
The African National Congress threatened to withdraw from the talks.
VERB 收回，撤回(所说的话或声明) If you withdraw a remark or statement that you have made, you say that you want people to ignore it.
He withdrew his remarks and explained what he had meant to say.