withdraw

listen to the pronunciation of withdraw
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
geri almak
{f} geri çekilmek
{f} çekilmek
geri çekmek
{f} para çekmek

Ne kadar para çekmek istersin? - How much money you would like to withdraw?

Pek çok insan para çekmek için nakit para çekme makineleri kullanıyor. - Many people use cash machines to withdraw money.

çekmek

Pek çok insan para çekmek için nakit para çekme makineleri kullanıyor. - Many people use cash machines to withdraw money.

Biraz para çekmek istiyorum. - I'd like to withdraw some money.

{f} from (parayı) (hesaptan/bankadan) çekmek
çıkarmak
kabuğuna çekilmek
davadan vaz geçme
(Kanun) feragat
withdrawing room içerideki withdrawal
{f} geri çekmek, çekmek: He withdrew his hand. Elini geri çekti
nükul etmek
içine kapanmak
with drawnçekilmiş
uzaklaşmak
(Kanun) lağvetmek
{f} from bir
withdrawmentçekilme
(Kanun) azletmek
geri çağırmak
(Kanun) ilga etmek
(Kanun) feragat etmek
içine çekilmek
{f} (with.drew, --n)
(Avrupa Birliği) geri çek(il)mek
bankadan para çekmek
geri alma
sökmek
geri al
{f} almak
çekingen
{f} ayrılmak
{f} çekinmek
f geri çekmek
içine kapanık

Dan yalnız ve içine kapanıktı. - Dan was lonely and withdrawn.

(Kanun) tahsil etmek
withdrawn
içe dönük
withdrawn
içine kapanık

Dan yalnız ve içine kapanıktı. - Dan was lonely and withdrawn.

withdrawn
{s} çekingen
withdraw (from)
(Sanat) geri çekilmek
withdraw cash
para çekmek
withdraw from
katılmaktan vazgeçmek
withdraw from
bırakmak
withdraw from
çekilmek
withdraw from
almak (bir kimseyi bir yerden)
withdraw from
ayrılmak
withdraw a bill
Yasa önergesini geri çekmek
withdraw into a lonely shell
Kabuğuna çekilmek
withdraw into one's shell
Kendi kabuğuna çekilmek
withdraw one´s eyes from
gözlerini (birinden/bir şeyden) başka tarafa çevirmek
withdraw one´s objection
itirazını geri almak
withdraw an offer
teklifi geri çekmek
withdraw an order
(Ticaret) bir siparişten vazgeçmek
withdraw an order
siparişi iptal etmek
withdraw an order
(Ticaret) siparişten vazgeçmek
withdraw an order
(Ticaret) bir siparişi iptal etmek
withdraw from an enterprise
adımını geri almak
withdraw from candidacy
adaylıktan çekmek
withdraw from case
(Kanun) davaya bakmaktan çekinmek
withdraw from circulation
(Ticaret) tedavülden çekmek
withdraw from circulation
tedavülden kaldırmak
withdraw from league
ligden çekilmek
withdraw from leauge
ligden düşmek
withdraw from partnership
(Ticaret) ortaklıktan ayrılmak
withdraw from the competition
yarışmadan çekilmek
withdraw from the market
piyasadan toplatmak
withdraw from the tender
ihaleden çekilmek
withdraw lesson
(Eğitim) ders bırakmak
withdraw limit
çekme limiti
withdraw money from an account
hesaptan para çekmek
withdraw of offer
(Kanun) icabın geri alınması
withdraw one's
itirazını geri almak
withdraw one's application
başvurusunu çekmek
withdraw one's application
başvurusunu geri çekmek
withdraw one's candidacy
adaylığını geri çekmek
withdraw one's candidature
adaylıktan çekilmek
withdraw one's eyes
gözlerini (birinden/bir şeyden) başka tarafa çevirmek
withdraw one's objection
itirazını geri almak
withdraw one's offer
teklifi geri çekmek
withdraw one's resignation
istifasını çekmek
withdraw one's resignation
istifasını geri çekmek
withdraw one's support
desteğini çekmek
withdraw someone's candidacy
adaylığını geri çekmek
withdraw the lawsuit
(Kanun) davadan feragat etmek
withdrawal
para çekme
withdrawal
çekilme

Brexit İngiltere'nin Avrupa Birliğinden çekilmesi anlamına gelir. - Brexit refers to the withdrawal of Great Britain from the European Union.

Anlaşma, birliklerin geri çekilmesi şartına bağlıydı. - The agreement was conditioned on the withdrawal of troops.

withdrawal
(Eğitim) dersten çekilme
withdrawal
{i} iptal
withdrawal
(Askeri) Geri çekilme (planlı)
withdrawal
{i} gerileme
withdrawal
bırakma
withdrawn
{f} geri al
withdrawn
çekilmiş
withdrawn
geri alınmış
withdrawn
içerlek
withdrawn
gitmiş
withdrawn
çekip gitmiş
withdrawn
çekil/çek
withdrawn
(Nükleer Bilimler) geri çekilmiş
withdrawn
f., bak. withdraw. s. içine kapanık
withdrawn
geri alınan
could not withdraw money
para çekememek
withdraw from
el çekmek
withdrawal
geri çekme
withdrawal
(Kanun) lağvetme
withdrawal
(Ticaret) stopaj
withdrawal
nükul
withdrawal
(Kanun) davadan vazgeçme
withdrawal
geri çekilme

Anlaşma, birliklerin geri çekilmesi şartına bağlıydı. - The agreement was conditioned on the withdrawal of troops.

withdrawal
(Kanun) paranın iadesi
withdrawal
(Sigorta) ayrılma
withdrawal
(Kanun) fesih
withdrawal
(Kanun) azil
withdrawal
geri alınma
withdrawal
(Ticaret) geri çağırma
withdrawal
(Kanun) ilga
withdrawal
(Kanun) sermayenin iadesi
withdrawal
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) uzaklaşım
withdrawal
(Ticaret) hesabından para çekme
withdrawal
(Kanun) geri dönme
withdrawing
geri alma
withdrawn
girintili
withdrew
f., bak. withdraw
withdrawal
geri alma
withdrawing
{f} geri al
withdrew
geri al
withdrawal
{i} (hesaptan/bankadan) çekilen
withdrawable
çekmeceli
withdrawal
çekilmesi
withdrawing
geri alarak
can i withdraw money on my credit card here
burada kredi kartımdan para çekebilir miyim
daily withdraw limit
günlük çekme limiti
daily withdraw limit
günlük para çekme limiti
i want to withdraw 1,000 us dollars
phr
i'd like to withdraw some money
biraz para çekmek istiyorum
withdrawal
{i} vazgeçme
withdrawal
{i} çıkma
withdrawal
çekilme/çekme
withdrawal
{i} tedavülden kaldırma
withdrawal
{i} (hesaptan/bankadan) para çekme
withdrawal
çekme
withdrawal
(Askeri) TÜFEĞİN GERİ ÇEKİLMESİ: Bir süngü hamlesinden sonra, tekrar vuruşma vaziyetine geçmek için tüfeğin geri çekilmesi
withdrawal
{i} from (birini) (bir yerden) alma
withdrawing
geri çekilme
withdrawing
gerileyici
withdrawing
geri alma
withdrawing
(Hukuk) geri çekme
withdrew
çekil/çek
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To take back (a comment, etc)
To extract (money from an account)
To retreat
To pull (something) back
To remove, to stop providing (one's support, etc)
{v} to draw back or off, retire, retreat
withdraw from active participation; "He retired from chess"
retire gracefully; "He bowed out when he realized he could no longer handle the demands of the chairmanship"
break from a meeting or gathering; "We adjourned for lunch"; "The men retired to the library"
To retire; to retreat; to quit a company or place; to go away; as, he withdrew from the company
To drop all courses for a given term
take back what one has said; "He swallowed his words"
When groups of people such as troops withdraw or when someone withdraws them, they leave the place where they are fighting or where they are based and return nearer home. He stated that all foreign forces would withdraw as soon as the crisis ended Unless Hitler withdrew his troops from Poland by 11 o'clock that morning, a state of war would exist between Great Britain and Germany Troops withdrew from the north east of the country last March
To recall, remove or delete a question from consideration
If you withdraw a remark or statement that you have made, you say that you want people to ignore it. He withdrew his remarks and explained what he had meant to say. = retract
If you withdraw something from a place, you remove it or take it away. He reached into his pocket and withdrew a sheet of notepaper Cassandra withdrew her hand from Roger's. = remove
a choice made by a PNM to no longer participate in formal recruitment, and thus cannot sign a bid with any chapter until the next formal recruitment
take money out of an account
cause to be returned; "recall the defective auto tires"; "The manufacturer tried to call back the spoilt yoghurt"
to take money out of a bank account
pull back or move away or backward; "The enemy withdrew"; "The limo pulled away from the curb" remove (a commodity) from (a supply source); "She drew $2,000 from the account"; "The doctors drew medical supplies from the hospital's emergency bank
To take back or away, as what has been bestowed or enjoyed; to draw back; to cause to move away or retire; as, to withdraw aid, favor, capital, or the like
If you withdraw money from a bank account, you take it out of that account. Open a savings account that does not charge ridiculous fees to withdraw money They withdrew 100 dollars from a bank account after checking out of their hotel
To take back; to recall or retract; as, to withdraw false charges
To remove, to stop providing (ones support, etc)
If you withdraw from an activity or organization, you stop taking part in it. The African National Congress threatened to withdraw from the talks
keep away from others; "He sequestered himself in his study to write a book"
pull back or move away or backward; "The enemy withdrew"; "The limo pulled away from the curb"
To recall or remove a question from consideration
lose interest; "he retired from life when his wife died"
make a retreat from an earlier commitment or activity; "We'll have to crawfish out from meeting with him"; "He backed out of his earlier promise"; "The aggressive investment company pulled in its horns"
remove (a commodity) from (a supply source); "She drew $2,000 from the account"; "The doctors drew medical supplies from the hospital's emergency bank
{f} pull back; remove from; take money from the bank; take back; retire; depart; remove; take out
To take money out of your account at a financial institution
release from something that holds fast, connects, or entangles; "I want to disengage myself from his influence"; "disengage the gears"
To voluntarily leave a course or the University without academic penalty
remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, taking off, etc or remove something abstract; "remove a threat"; "remove a wrapper"; "Remove the dirty dishes from the table"; "take the gun from your pocket"; "This machine withdraws heat from the environment"
withdraw a motion
take back a proposal from the docket
withdraw from
retreat from -
withdraw from the Golan Heights
retreat from the the Golan Heights
withdraw the question
remove a question from the record in an investigation or trial
withdrawal
Receiving from someone's care what one has earlier entrusted to them. Usually refers to money
withdrawal
An act of withdrawing
withdrawal
A method of birth control which consists of removing the penis from the vagina before ejaculation
To withdraw
abstract
To withdraw
decede
withdrawable
{s} may be taken out (e.g. of money from the bank); may be removed
withdrawal
A formal leave from the university Check with your dean's office for deadlines and restrictions
withdrawal
Regular withdrawal from courses takes place during the drop period in the first 10 days of semester and is done by accessing RegLine or WebLine If you do not drop a class during this time period, you will need special permission to do so
withdrawal
Cancellation by the offeree of an acceptance
withdrawal
A student may withdraw from a class and receive a proportionate refund (See calendar in Bulletin) When a student withdraws, "WD" is shown on the transcript If a student stops attending class without officially withdrawing, a failing grade shows on the transcript
withdrawal
Water removed from the ground or diverted from a surface-water source for use
withdrawal
The act of withdrawing; withdrawment; retreat; retraction
withdrawal
Withdrawal is the period during which someone feels ill after they have stopped taking a drug which they were addicted to. Withdrawal from heroin is actually like a severe attack of gastric flu
withdrawal
Process of retreating from society and relationships with others Usually includes lack of interest in social activities and difficulty in communicating with others
withdrawal
An arriving alien's voluntary retraction of an application for admission to the United States in lieu of a removal hearing before an immigration judge or an expedited removal Withdrawals are not included in nonimmigrant admission data
withdrawal
avoiding emotional involvement
withdrawal
Water withdrawal from the surface and ground water sources for various human uses
withdrawal
An action that restricts the disposition of public lands and that holds them for specific public purposes; also, public lands that have been dedicated to public purposes (See also Reserved lands and Revocation )
withdrawal
Receiving from someones care what one has earlier entrusted to them. Usually refers to money
withdrawal
To formally resign from the University as a student for the current semester A student cannot withdraw from the University by dropping all classes, but must follow the withdrawal procedure
withdrawal
Formal action by which a student officially discontinues participation in a course; a record of enrollment remains on the student's permanent academic record This action must be taken by the deadline published each term in the Schedule of Classes See also Drop
withdrawal
the act of ending enrollment in classes A student withdrawing must go through a formal procedure It is the student's responsibility to withdraw officially by the appropriate date (Designated with a "W" on Grade Report Forms) Catalog Table of Contents | Home
withdrawal
the act of taking money out of an account
withdrawal
The withdrawal of something is the act or process of removing it, or ending it. If you experience any unusual symptoms after withdrawal of the treatment then contact your doctor
withdrawal
the act of withdrawing
withdrawal
the act of dropping out of the university completely; the date of the withdrawal determines any fee refund or grade penalty
withdrawal
Students may withdraw from a course during the first eight weeks of the semester Withdrawning from a course results in the on-punitive grade of W being assigned A W has no effect on grade point average
withdrawal
the act of taking out money or other capital
withdrawal
The symptoms experienced by substance abusers when they stop using the drug upon which they have become dependent These symptoms are usually unpleasant and uncomfortable; they may include, nausea, insomnia, anxiety, weakness, trembling, sweating, dizziness, convulsions, and dementia
withdrawal
– The official act of leaving a course Students are responsible for withdrawing from courses and initiate the process by going to the Admission & Records office or using the S T A R phone system Students who withdraw from courses during the first month of classes will have not notation on their transcripts, however a ‘W’ will appear if you withdraw from weeks 5-14 A grade of ‘W’ does not count against your GPA
withdrawal
Document or item withdrawn from a collection during the reporting period Withdrawals may be effected, for example, by discarding, transferring, or in the case of electronic resources by deletion from files or canceling licenses
withdrawal
a retraction of a previously held position
withdrawal
A type of metabolic shock the body undergoes when a substance, usually a toxin such as heroin, to which a patient is addicted is withheld. Sometimes used with the substance as modifier
withdrawal
the termination of drug taking
withdrawal
The act or process of removing; such as removing water from a stream for irrigation or public water supply
withdrawal
Someone's withdrawal from an activity or an organization is their decision to stop taking part in it. his withdrawal from government in 1946
withdrawal
{i} departure, retreat; drawing out funds (as from a bank account); revoking, retraction; resignation, retirement; pulling out; cessation of an addictive habit (e.g. use of narcotics)
withdrawal
effects experienced when a patient stops taking sleeping pills
withdrawal
A withdrawal is an amount of money that you take from your bank account. deposit
withdrawal
A request by the applicant that the Commission cease processing and dismiss a pending application
withdrawal
Symptoms that occur after stopping a drug Smoking withdrawal may include anxiety, irritability, insomnia, dizziness, difficulty in concentrating, fatigue, depression, and constipation
withdrawal
Money taken out of an account
withdrawal
formal separation from an alliance or federation
withdrawal
the termination of drug taking the act of taking out money or other capital a retraction of a previously held position avoiding emotional involvement
withdrawal
A condition that results from the abrupt discontinuation of a dependency-inducing drug, characterized by symptoms such as sweating, tremors and nausea and pain
withdrawer
a contestant who withdraws from competition
withdrawer
a drug addict who is discontinuing the use of narcotics
withdrawer
a depositor who withdraws funds previously deposited
withdrawer
an authority who withdraws permission
withdrawer
an individualist who withdraws from social interaction
withdrawer
One who withdraws; one who takes back, or retracts
withdrawer
a student who withdraws from the educational institution in which he or she was enrolled
withdrawer
{i} one who retreats; one who causes a retreat; one who withdraws (money from a bank); one who goes away, one who leaves; one who takes back, one who retracts; one who takes off; one who removes
withdrawer
a depositor who withdraws funds previously deposited a student who withdraws from the educational institution in which he or she was enrolled a contestant who withdraws from competition a drug addict who is discontinuing the use of narcotics an individualist who withdraws from social interaction an authority who withdraws permission
withdrawing
forced withdrawal; "pursued the withdrawing redcoats
withdrawing
{f} pull back; remove from; take money from the bank; take back; retire; depart; remove; take out
withdrawing
forced withdrawal; "pursued the withdrawing redcoats"
withdrawing
from college will result in financial aid suspension If you withdraw due to circumstances beyond your control (i e , illness or death in the immediate family), refer to the appeal requirements explained in the satisfactory academic progress section of this publication You could be required to repay part or all financial aid you received for the semester you withdraw Unofficial withdrawals occur when students receive no passing grades (all F's, I's, W's, X's, etc ) during a semester In these circumstances, students will be suspended from financial aid In addition, the University is required by law to return part of the federal funding and the students are billed for the returned amounts
withdrawing
present participle of withdraw
withdrawing
Leaving a game before it is over
withdrawing
The process for bowing out of a game if you run out of cards
withdrawn
withdrawn from society; seeking solitude; "lived an unsocial reclusive life"
withdrawn
past participle of withdraw
withdrawn
The proposal has been withdrawn by either the PI or UMass
withdrawn
Withdrawn is the past participle of withdraw
withdrawn
{s} reserved, introverted; aloof, recluse; taken back, recalled
withdrawn
{f} pull back; remove from; take money from the bank; take back; retire; depart; remove; take out
withdrawn
Items that are no longer in the library collection
withdrawn
Someone who is withdrawn is very quiet, and does not want to talk to other people. Her husband had become withdrawn and moody. very shy and quiet, and concerned only about your own thoughts
withdrawn
If a charge is "withdrawn" by the Crown, the matter does not proceed to a trial The impact on the accused is much the same as an aquittal, he is not guilty of a criminal offence because the charge did not make it to a trial return to index
withdrawn
tending to reserve or introspection; "a quiet indrawn man"
withdrawn
A member may, without debate, withdraw a notice of motion standing in his/her name from the Business Paper or move a motion that an order of the day for a bill be withdrawn
withdrawn
An item which is no longer in the library's collection and which has been removed from its catalog or record of holdings
withdrawn
thau tes (tsis koom nrog); thim tawm
withdrawn
The process of removing items from the collection because they are outdated, duplicates, or in very poor condition
withdrawn
introvert
withdrawn
Term used to describe an item that has been removed from the Library's collection
withdrawn
The permanent abandonment of a patent application either before or after publication Often used to mean rejection by the patent office as well as withdrawal by the applicant
withdrawn
The positions of a door lock, bolt or latch, when it is retracted into the case, by turning a handle or key The opposite is "shot" or "thrown"
withdraws
third-person singular of withdraw
withdraws
{f} pull back; remove from; take money from the bank; take back; retire; depart; remove; take out
withdrew
Withdrew is the past tense of withdraw
withdrew
{f} pull back; remove from; take money from the bank; take back; retire; depart; remove; take out
withdrew
simple past of withdraw
withdraw
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