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withdrawal

noun
     
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with‧draw‧al W3
1

army

[uncountable and countable] the act of moving an army, weapons etc away from the area where they were fighting
withdrawal of
the withdrawal of UN forces
withdrawal from
the Russian withdrawal from Afghanistan
2

removal/ending

[uncountable] the removal or stopping of something such as support, an offer, or a service
withdrawal of
withdrawal of government aid
3

money

[uncountable and countable] the act of taking money from a bank account, or the amount you take out:
Customers can use the machine to make withdrawals of up to £250 a day.
4

stop taking part

[uncountable] the act of no longer taking part in an activity or being a member of an organization
withdrawal from
Germany's withdrawal from the talks
5

drugs

[uncountable]MDD the period after someone has given up a drug that they were dependent on, and the unpleasant mental and physical effects that this causes
6

statement

[uncountable] the act of saying that something you previously said was in fact untrue [= retraction]
withdrawal of
the withdrawal of all allegations

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