- vt. 撤退；收回；撤消；拉开
- vi. 撤退；离开
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- withdraw (v.)
- early 13c. (transitive), "to take back," from with "away" + drawen "to draw," possibly a loan-translation of Latin retrahere "to retract." Intransitive sense from mid-13c. Sense of "to remove oneself" is recorded from c. 1300. Related: Withdrawn; withdrawing.
- 1. She'd half expected him to withdraw from the course.
- 2. The African National Congress threatened to withdraw from the talks.
- 3. The unemployed cannot withdraw their labour — they have no power.
- 4. Despite the scare there are no plans to withdraw the drug.
- 5. A back injury forced her to withdraw from Wimbledon.
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