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Two candidates threatened to withdraw.
The injury has forced him to withdraw from the competition.
The party withdrew their candidate from the election.
The troops began to withdraw from the northern region.
Government forces were withdrawn from the island yesterday.
The bus service in many rural areas has been withdrawn.
The drug had to be withdrawn because of its side effects.
He has had his pilot's licence withdrawn.
Some parents have withdrawn their support from the school.
Public funding is being withdrawn from the research project.
We are withdrawing the product from sale.
He withdrew his remarks and apologized.
We persuaded her to withdraw her resignation.
This is the British English definition of withdraw. View American English definition of withdraw.
a substance that scientists think exists out in space, but for which they have no direct proof