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withdraw znamená v Španielčina

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withdraw [withdrew, withdrawn, withdrawing, withdraws] (of soldiers: to leave a battle or position where they are stationed, see also: retreat)
verb
[UK: wɪð.ˈdrɔː]
[US: wɪð.ˈdrɔː]

retirarseverbHe had to withdraw. = El tuvo que retirarse.

withdraw [withdrew, withdrawn, withdrawing, withdraws] (to draw or pull (something) aside, away, or back from its original position or situation)
verb
[UK: wɪð.ˈdrɔː]
[US: wɪð.ˈdrɔː]

retirarverbWe must withdraw. = Debemos retirarnos.

withdraw [withdrew, withdrawn, withdrawing, withdraws] (to extract (money) from a bank account or other financial deposit)
verb
[UK: wɪð.ˈdrɔː]
[US: wɪð.ˈdrɔː]

sacarverbI'm going to go withdraw some money. = Voy a ir a sacar algún dinero.

withdrawal [withdrawals] (act of withdrawing)
noun
[UK: wɪð.ˈdrɔːr.əl]
[US: wɪð.ˈdrɔː.əl]

disposiciónnoun
{f}

withdrawal [withdrawals] (receiving from someone's care what one has earlier entrusted to them)
noun
[UK: wɪð.ˈdrɔːr.əl]
[US: wɪð.ˈdrɔː.əl]

retiradanoun
{f}
I have made the withdrawal. = He hecho la retirada.

withdrawal [withdrawals] (type of metabolic shock)
noun
[UK: wɪð.ˈdrɔːr.əl]
[US: wɪð.ˈdrɔː.əl]

síndrome de abstinencianoun
{m}

withdrawal symptom (symptom associated with the discontinuance of a drug)
noun

mononoun
{m}

síndrome de abstinencianoun
{m}

withdrawn (introvert)
adjective
[UK: wɪð.ˈdrɔːn]
[US: wɪð.ˈdrɔːn]

hurañoadjective

retraídoadjectiveDan was lonely and withdrawn. = Dan estaba solitario y retraído.