¿Sabías que...?: Todos los sustantivos singulares que terminan en -ión llevan acento ortográfico sobre la ó. ¿A qué sufijo equivalen en inglés?
withdraw / retirar
 
withdraw   [wɪθˈdrɔ:]
withdrew   past tense
withdrawn   past participle
A. -transitive verb
1. (=take out)
[+money]   retirar,   sacar   (from   de)
2. (=recall)
[+troops, ambassador, team]   retirar   (from   de)
[+product, advertisement, banknotes]   retirar   (from   de)
3. (=cancel)
[+application, permission, support, licence]   retirar
·to withdraw one'noun [labour]
·ponerse en huelga
4. (=retract)
[+words, remark]   retractarse de,   retirar
[+charge]   retirar
·to withdraw one'noun hand (from something/somebody)
·apartar la mano (de algo/somebody, someone)
B. -intransitive verb
1. (=move away)   apartarse,   alejarse
2. (=leave room)   retirarse
3. (=move back, retreat)
[troops, forces, police]   retirarse   (from   de)
·to withdraw to a new position
·retirarse a una nueva posiciónoun
4. (=pull out)   (from deal, game, talks)   retirarse   (from   de)
5. (=withdraw application, candidacy)   retirarse   (from   de)
·to withdraw [in favour of] somebody
·retirarse en favor de somebody, someone
6. (during lovemaking)   dar marcha atránoun *
7. (psychology)
·to withdraw into o.noun.
·retraerse,   encerrarse en nouní mismo
 
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