Definition Of withdraw
cease to take an addictive drug.
for the cocaine user, it is possible to withdraw without medication
leave or come back from a place, especially a war zone.
Allied forces withdrew from Norway in 1941
remove or take away (something) from a particular place or position.
slowly Ruth withdrew her hand from his
Example Of withdraw
Are you worried that the U.S. military may have to withdraw some of those forces in order to deal with Iraq?
both countries agreed to withdraw their troops
Boys would approach girls, a pickup would ensue, and the couple would withdraw into another room, she says.
Every time she needs cash, she has her son leave our home, go the ATM, withdraw money from her account, and bring it to her across town.
Fallows does not expect any other teams to withdraw from the competition as a result of Army or RAF call ups.