HyperDic: withdraw

English > 12 senses of the word withdraw:
VERBmotionwithdraw, retreat, pull away, draw back, recede, pull back, retire, move backpull back or move away or backward
socialwithdraw, retirewithdraw from active participation
contactwithdraw, disengagerelease from something that holds fast, connects, or entangles
possessionwithdraw, recall, call in, call backcause to be returned
communicationwithdraw, swallow, take back, unsaytake back what one has said
changewithdraw, seclude, sequester, sequestratekeep away from others
socialwithdraw, adjourn, retirebreak from a meeting or gathering
socialwithdraw, bow outretire gracefully
possessionwithdraw, draw, take out, draw offremove (a commodity) from (a supply source)
emotionwithdraw, retirelose interest
communicationwithdraw, retreat, pull back, back out, back away, crawfish, crawfish out, pull in one's hornsmake a retreat from an earlier commitment or activity
changewithdraw, remove, take, take awayremove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract
withdraw > pronunciation
Soundswihdhdrao'; wihthdrao'
Rhymesbedstraw ... straw: 7 rhymes with rao...
English > withdraw: 12 senses > verb 1, motion
Meaningpull back or move away or backward.
PatternSomething ----s; Somebody ----s; Somebody ----s something; Somebody ----s PP
Synonymsretreat, pull away, draw back, recede, pull back, retire, move back
Narrowerback up, back off, back downMove backwards from a certain position
fall backmove back and away from
retrograde, retreatMove back / back
Broadertravel, go, move, locomotechange location
Oppositeadvance, progress, pass on, move on, march on, go onMove forward, also in the metaphorical sense
Similar toretreat, pull back, back out, back away, crawfish, crawfish out, pull in one's horns, withdrawmake a retreat from an earlier commitment or activity
Spanishalejarse, jubilar, retirarse, retirar, retroceder, suprimir
Catalanallunyar-se, apartar-se, jubilar, retirar-se, retirar, retrocedir, suprimir
Nounswithdrawalthe act of withdrawing
English > withdraw: 12 senses > verb 2, social
MeaningWithdraw from active participation.
PatternSomebody ----s PP
Synonymretire
Narrowerdrop outWithdraw from established society, especially because of disillusion with conventional values
Broaderdiscontinue, stop, cease, give up, quit, lay offput an end to a state or an activity
Similar tobow out, withdrawRetire gracefully
retire, withdrawLose interest
Spanishjubilar, retirarse, retirar, suprimir
Catalanjubilar, retirar, suprimir
Nounswithdrawalformal separation from an alliance or federation / federation
English > withdraw: 12 senses > verb 3, contact
MeaningRelease from something that holds fast, connects, or entangles.
PatternSomething ----s; Something is ----ing PP; Somebody ----s something; Something ----s something
Synonymdisengage
Narrowerunlockset free or release
Broaderlet go of, let go, release, relinquishRelease, as from one's grip
Oppositeengage, mesh, lock, operateKeep engaged
Spanishdesatar, retirar
Nounswithdrawalthe act of withdrawing
withdrawera drug addict who is discontinuing the use of narcotics
English > withdraw: 12 senses > verb 4, possession
MeaningCause to be returned.
PatternSomebody ----s something
Synonymsrecall, call in, call back
NarrowerdecommissionWithdraw from active service
BroadertakeTake into one's possession
Spanishretirar, suprimir
Catalanretirar, suprimir
English > withdraw: 12 senses > verb 5, communication
Meaningtake back what one has said.
PatternSomebody ----s something
Synonymsswallow, take back, unsay
Broaderdisown, renounce, repudiateCast off
Spanishdesdecirse
Catalandesdir-se
Nounswithdrawala retraction of a previously held position
English > withdraw: 12 senses > verb 6, change
MeaningKeep away from others.
PatternSomebody ----s somebody
Synonymsseclude, sequester, sequestrate
NarrowerloseWithdraw, as from reality
Broaderisolate, insulateplace or set apart
Similar toadjourn, withdraw, retirebreak from a meeting or gathering
Spanishrecluirse, retirarse
Catalanaïllar, apartar, isolar-se, recloure, retirar
Nounswithdrawalthe act of withdrawing
withdraweran individualist who withdraws from social interaction
English > withdraw: 12 senses > verb 7, social
Meaningbreak from a meeting or gathering.
PatternSomebody ----s; Somebody ----s PP
Synonymsadjourn, retire
Entailsmeet, gather, assemble, forgather, foregatherCollect in one place
Narrowerprorogueadjourn by royal prerogative
Broaderclose up, close, fold, shut down, close downCease to operate or cause to cease operating
Similar toseclude, sequester, sequestrate, withdrawKeep away from others
Spanishaplazar, retirarse, retirar, suspender una sesión, suspender
Nounswithdrawalthe act of withdrawing
English > withdraw: 12 senses > verb 8, social
MeaningRetire gracefully.
PatternSomebody ----s
Synonymbow out
Broaderretirego into retirement
Similar toretire, withdrawWithdraw from active participation
Spanishretirarse dignamente, retirarse
Nounswithdrawalthe act of withdrawing
English > withdraw: 12 senses > verb 9, possession
MeaningRemove (a commodity) from (a supply source).
PatternSomebody ----s something; Somebody ----s PP
Synonymsdraw, take out, draw off
Narrowercheque, check outWithdraw money by writing a check
dipTake a small amount from
divert, hive offWithdraw (money) and move into a different location, often secretly and with dishonest intentions
divest, disinvestReduce or dispose of
overdrawDraw more money from than is available
tapDraw from or dip into to get something
Broaderremove, take, take away, withdrawRemove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract
Oppositedeposit, bankput into a bank account
Similar todraw, take outtake liquid out of a container or well
Spanishdibujar, quitar, retirar, sacar, suprimir
Catalanretirar, suprimir, traure, treure
Nounswithdrawalthe act of taking out money or other capital
withdrawera depositor who withdraws funds previously deposited
English > withdraw: 12 senses > verb 10, emotion
MeaningLose interest.
PatternSomebody ----s; Somebody ----s PP
Synonymretire
Narrowerchicken out, back off, pull out, back down, bow outRemove oneself from an obligation
Broadertire, pall, weary, fatigue, jadeLose interest or become bored with something or somebody
Similar toretire, withdrawWithdraw from active participation
Spanishretirarse
Nounswithdrawalavoiding emotional involvement
withdraweran individualist who withdraws from social interaction
English > withdraw: 12 senses > verb 11, communication
Meaningmake a retreat from an earlier commitment or activity.
PatternSomebody ----s
Synonymsretreat, pull back, back out, back away, crawfish, crawfish out, pull in one's horns
Similar towithdraw, retreat, pull away, draw back, recede, pull back, retire, move backpull back or move away or backward
Spanishrecular, retirarse, retirar, suprimir
Catalanrecular, retirar-se, retirar, suprimir
Nounswithdrawalthe act of withdrawing
withdrawera student who withdraws from the educational institution in which he or she was enrolled
withdrawera contestant who withdraws from competition
English > withdraw: 12 senses > verb 12, change
MeaningRemove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract.
PatternSomebody ----s something; Something ----s something; Somebody ----s something from somebody; Somebody ----s somebody PP
Example "This machine withdraws heat from the environment"
Synonymsremove, take, take away
Entailed bydig, dig outcreate by digging
dustRemove the dust from
NarrowerablateRemove an organ or bodily structure
amputate, cut offRemove surgically
aspirate, draw out, suck outRemove as if by suction
bailRemove (water) from a vessel with a container
bail out, bale outRemove (water) from a boat by dipping and throwing over the side
bone, deboneRemove the bones from
brushRemove with or as if with a brush
bur, burrRemove the burrs from
burlRemove the burls from cloth
carve outRemove from a larger whole
chip away, chip away atRemove or withdraw gradually
circumcisecut the foreskin off male babies or teenage boys
clean, pickRemove unwanted substances from, such as feathers or pits
cleanRemove shells or husks from
cleanRemove while making clean
clean, stripRemove all contents or possession from, or empty completely
clearRemove
clear, clear upFree (the throat) by making a rasping sound
clear off, clear awayremove from sight
condenseRemove water from
crumbRemove crumbs from
de-iodinateRemove iodine from
de-ionateRemove ions from
decalcifyRemove calcium or lime / lime from
decarbonize, decarbonise, decarburize, decarburise, decokeRemove carbon from (an engine)
decorticateRemove the cortex / cortex of (an organ)
defangRemove the fangs / fangs from
defuseRemove the triggering device from
degasRemove gas from
dehornprevent the growth of horns of certain animals
delete, cancelRemove or make invisible
delouseFree of lice
demineralize, demineraliseRemove the minerals or salts from
desorbRemove from a surface on which it is adsorbed
detoxify, detoxicateRemove poison from
dig, delve, cut into, turn overTurn up, loosen, or remove earth
dischargeRemove the charge from
disembowel, eviscerate, drawRemove the entrails of
dislodge, freeRemove or force out from a position
draw, take outtake liquid out of a container or well
draw, pull, pull out, get out, take outBring, take, or pull out of a container or from under a cover
drawCause to flow
draw off, draw away, pull offRemove by drawing or pulling
dredgeRemove with a power shovel, usually from a bottom of a body of water
eliminateRemove (an unknown variable) from two or more equations
emptyRemove
enucleateRemove (a tumor or eye) from an enveloping sac or cover
enucleateRemove the nucleus from (a cell)
epilate, depilateRemove body hair
excavate, dig, hollowRemove the inner part or the core of
exenterateRemove the contents of (an organ)
expectorate, clear out, drive outclear out the chest and lungs
extirpatesurgically remove (an organ)
extract, pull out, pull, pull up, take out, draw out, rip out, tear outRemove, usually with some force or effort
flickRemove with a flick (of the hand)
gutRemove the guts of
harvestRemove from a culture or a living or dead body, as for the purposes of transplantation
headRemove the head of
hullRemove the hulls from
husk, shellRemove the husks from
hypophysectomize, hypophysectomiseRemove the pituitary glands
knock outDestroy or break forcefully
ladle, lade, ladenRemove with or as if with a ladle
leach, stripRemove substances from by a percolating liquid / liquid
leachCause (a liquid / liquid) to leach or percolate
liftRemove from a surface
liftRemove from a seedbed or from a nursery
liftTake off or away by decreasing
muckRemove muck, clear away muck, as in a mine
pickRemove in small bits
pit, stoneremove the pits from
pulltake away
reamRemove by making a hole or by boring
resect, evisceratesurgically remove a part of a structure or an organ
scale, descaleRemove the scales from
scalpRemove the scalp of
scavenge, cleanRemove unwanted substances from
scoop, scoop out, lift out, scoop up, take uptake out or up with or as if with a scoop
seedRemove the seeds from
shed, cast, cast off, shake off, throw, throw off, throw away, dropGet rid of
shellRemove from its shell or outer covering
shuckRemove the shucks from
shuckRemove from the shell
skim, skim off, cream off, creamRemove from the surface
spoonscoop up or take up with a spoon
stemRemove the stem from
stringRemove the stringy parts of
strip, dismantleTake off or remove
stripremove a constituent from a liquid
strip, undress, divest, disinvestRemove (someone's or one's own) clothes
stripRemove the surface from
stripStrip the cured leaves from
take away, take outtake out or remove
take away, bear off, bear away, carry away, carry offRemove from a certain place, environment, or mental or emotional state
take offtake away or remove
take outRemove something from a container or an enclosed space
tear away, tear off, rip offrip off violently and forcefully
tipRemove the tip from
tusk, detuskRemove the tusks of animals
unburden, disburdenTake the burden off
undocktake (a ship) out of a dock
unhingeRemove the hinges from
unpack, take outRemove from its packing
unsaddle, offsaddleRemove the saddle from
unstringRemove the strings from
unveilRemove the cover from
wash, wash out, wash off, wash awayRemove by the application of water or other liquid / liquid and soap or some other cleaning agent
wear away, wear offdiminish, as by friction
weedClear of weeds
winnow, fanBlow away or off with a current of air
wipe off, wipe awayRemove by wiping
withdraw, draw, take out, draw offRemove (a commodity) from (a supply source)
Spanishapartar, copar, eliminar, extirpar, llevar, quitar, remover, retirar, sacar, suprimir, tomar
Catalanapartar, copar, eliminar, emportar-se, extirpar, llevar, retirar, suprimir, treure
Nounswithdrawalthe act of withdrawing

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