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withdraw
also: prét -drew pp -drawn
British English: /wɪðˈdrɔː/
American English: /wɪðˈdrɔ/
, /wɪθˈdrɔ/

Translation of withdraw in French:

transitive verb

  • (hand, money, support, application, offer) from de
    (aid, permission) from à
    (allegation, accusation, statement)
    (Military) (troops) from de
    (Politics) (ambassador, diplomat)
    to withdraw a product from sale to withdraw money from circulation
    retirer de l'argent de la circulation
    to withdraw one's labour (British English)
    faire un arrêt de travail

intransitive verb

  • 1
    (person, troops)
    se retirer
    from de
    (applicant, candidate)
    se retirer, se désister
    to withdraw from a game/tournament
    se retirer d'un jeu/d'un tournoi
    to withdraw to one's room
    se retirer dans sa chambre
    to withdraw from one's position
    (Military)
    abandonner sa position

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