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Definition of "withdrawing" []

  • To take or draw back or away; remove (verb)
  • To remove from deposit or investment in a bank, building society, etc (verb)
  • To retract or recall (a statement, promise, etc) (verb)
  • To retire or retreat (verb)
  • To back out (of) or depart (from) (verb)
  • To detach oneself socially, emotionally, or mentally (verb)
  • Present participle of withdraw. (verb)

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Use "withdrawing" in a sentence
  • "That is when, under the administration's Afghan strategy, U.S. troops are scheduled to begin withdrawing from the country."
  • "The continual American airstrikes had forced the North Vietnamese to begin withdrawing from the camp."
  • "American airstrikes had forced the North Vietnamese to begin withdrawing from the camp."