What is Withdraw?

Withdraw is (verb) 1. to move back The crowd slowly withdrew as the soldiers advanced. He talked to the guests for a few moments, then withdrew into his library. 2. to take back The old coins have been withdrawn from circulation. 3. to take money out of a bank account You can withdraw up to £100 from any cash machine. 4. to take back something which has been said She withdrew her offer to provide the food for the party. (NOTE: withdrew – withdrawn)


source: Easier English, Student Dictionary Upper Intermediate Level