WITHDRAW, v.t. with and draw.
1. To take back; to take from.
It is impossible that God should withdraw his presence from any thing.
We say, to withdraw capital from a bank or stock in trade, to withdraw aid or assistance.
2. To recall; to cause to retire or leave; to call back or away. France has withdrawn her troops from Spain.
WITHDRAW, v.i. To retire; to retreat; to quit a company or place. We withdrew from the company at ten oclock.
She from her husband soft withdrew.