1 (a) [U] withdrawing or being withdrawn 收回; 取回; 撤回; 撤走
*the withdrawal of supplies, support, troops 撤消供应、不再支持、撤回部队
* the withdrawal of a product from the market 从市场上收回一种产品
* (psychology 心)She is showing signs of withdrawal (ie not wanting to communicate with other people) and depression. 她表现出孤僻与消沉的现象.
(b) [C] instance of this 收回; 取回; 撤回; 撤走
*You are allowed to make two withdrawals a month from the account. 允许你每月从帐户中提取两次存款.
2 [U] process of ceasing to take an addictive drug, often accompanied by unpleasant reactions 戒除毒瘾的过程（常有不适反应）
*[attrib 作定语] withdrawal symptoms 戒毒过程中出现的症状.
1【army】2【removal/ending】3【money】4【stop taking part】5【drugs】6【statement】
【ARMY】 [U and C]
the act of moving an army, weapons etc away from the area where they were fightingwithdrawal of the withdrawal of UN forceswithdrawal from the Russian withdrawal from Afghanistan large-scale troop withdrawals【REMOVAL/ENDING】[U]
the removal or stopping of something such as support, an offer, or a servicewithdrawal of withdrawal of government aid【MONEY】 [U and C]
the act of taking money from a bank account, or the amount you take out Customers can use the machine to make withdrawals of up to £250 a day.【STOP TAKING PART】[U]
the act of no longer taking part in an activity or being a member of an organizationwithdrawal from Germany's withdrawal from the talks【DRUGS】[U]
the period after someone has given up a drug that they were dependent on, and the unpleasant mental and physical effects that this causes【STATEMENT】[U]
the act of saying that something you previously said was in fact untrue
= retractionwithdrawal of the withdrawal of all allegations
1. My uncle paid for his vacation trip by making a withdrawal from his bank account. 我叔叔从银行帐户里提款出来，以付他的假期旅费。