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Present participle for depart to another place in search of quiet or privacy
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“Boys would approach girls, a pickup would ensue, and the couple would withdraw into another room, she says.”
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Present participle for retract
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“Witnesses in criminal proceedings against these people are being intimidated, so they do not make any statements or withdraw those already made.”
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Present participle for cease to participate in an activity or be a member of a team or organization
“Death threats, allegedly from a Loyalist paramilitary group, forced Northern Ireland soccer star Neil Lennon, a Catholic, to withdraw from the international team.”
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Present participle for to take out or remove
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Present participle for to discontinue or no longer provide (something previously supplied or offered)
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“Management had threatened to withdraw the offer if the workers had not accepted it by August 11.”
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Present participle for to take (money) out of an account
“The satellite-based network will allow the bank to integrate all its ATMs, enabling its account holders to withdraw money from any of its ATMs.”
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Present participle for leave or cause to leave a place or situation
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Present participle for to retreat from something frightening or dangerous
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Present participle for to shut off or keep apart, as from company, society, etc.
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Present participle for go or move back or further away from a previous position
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Present participle for to physically loosen or remove an embedded object
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Present participle for to cause to feel less close or friendly
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Present participle for to take away from
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Present participle for prevent activity from going on
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Present participle for to postpone or assign to a later time or date
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Present participle for to extract or draw off by degrees
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Present participle for to transfer oneself to another place, especially in the company of others
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Present participle for to withdraw (someone) from a competition or group
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Present participle for drop out
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Present participle for to leave or resign from one's current position or role
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Present participle for to relinquish or release (a claim, title etc.
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Present participle for to take a less aggressive position in a conflict than one previously has or has planned to
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Present participle for remove
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Present participle for to fail to perform a promised or planned action due to lack of courage
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Present participle for to split or withdraw from a union, alliance or organization
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Present participle for to completely withdraw from society, especially to lead a more spiritually fulfilling life
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Present participle for to avoid or shirk, either by failing to perform, or by performing in a grossly insufficient, negligent, or superficial manner
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Present participle for express remorse, regret
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Excluding oneself
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Present participle for to diminish or take credit from
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Present participle for make oneself appear insignificant or inconspicuous
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Present participle for to leave or withdraw from
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Present participle for behave erratically because of drugs
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Present participle for to show an unwillingness to accept, do, engage in, or agree to
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Present participle for to take something without permission
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Present participle for to remove or take away from
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Present participle for to release from the armed forces
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Present participle for draw in a specified direction by creating a vacuum
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Present participle for to abandon one's country or cause, typically in favor of an opposing one
Adjective
Shy, extremely humble and modest
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Drawing back
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That recedes
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In the process of leaving an office or position
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Humble in position or status
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Noun
Cancellation or cancelation
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The action of leaving, especially to start a journey
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The process of becoming smaller
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