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back out of to withdraw from prematurely. [1/2 definitions]
back-pedal to retreat from an earlier position; withdraw. [1/3 definitions]
bow out to remove oneself from an activity or the like; leave, withdraw, or resign.
debit card a card issued by the holder's bank used to pay for purchases or withdraw money by an immediate electronic debiting of funds on deposit in the holder's bank account, and often also allowing transactions at an ATM machine.
decentralize to withdraw or scatter (something) from a centralized concentration. [1/2 definitions]
disestablish to withdraw governmental recognition or support of (a church). [1/2 definitions]
efface to withdraw (oneself) from others' notice. [1/3 definitions]
expatriate to withdraw (oneself) from allegiance to or residence in one's native land; withdraw (oneself) into exile. [1/5 definitions]
give way to withdraw. [1/3 definitions]
joint account a bank or stock account in the names of two or more people, all of whom may withdraw funds from it.
letter of credit a letter from a bank authorizing the bearer to withdraw specified sums of money, usu. from other banks, finance houses, or agencies, to be charged to the bank that issued the letter.
mumbletypeg a children's game in which the players toss a knife in various prescribed ways, trying to stick the blade in the ground, with the loser having to withdraw a peg from the ground with his or her teeth.
overdraw to write a check on or attempt to withdraw funds from (an account) in excess of available funds or credit. [1/5 definitions]
prescind to withdraw one's attention. [1/2 definitions]
recant to withdraw from commitment to (a former position or statement), esp. publicly; retract. [2 definitions]
recuse to withdraw or attempt to disqualify (oneself or another) as a potential juror or judge because of the possibility of bias or personal interest.
redshirt (informal) to withdraw a varsity athlete from competition for a year in order to extend his or her eligibility. [1/2 definitions]
repeal to withdraw, revoke, or make void, esp. by official action or proclamation. [1/2 definitions]
resign to withdraw, as from a match or competition. [1/5 definitions]
retire to withdraw to seek shelter or seclusion. [1/7 definitions]
retract to pull back; withdraw. [1/6 definitions]