withdraw

Definitions (2)

1. To take money out of an account.
2. To retract, as with an offering.

Use withdraw in a sentence

You should try and withdraw your money from a bank that you do not trust and put it in one that you do.

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You will need to bank with a institution that will give you the freedom to withdraw quickly so you can make quick deals.

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We could only withdraw a certain amount of funds before the end of the day and that meant that we would not have enough.

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