英 [wɪðˈdrɔː] 美 [wɪðˈdrɔː]
- This credit card allows you to withdraw up to £200 a day from ATMs.
- The UN has withdrawn its troops from the country.
- Eleven million bottles of water had to be withdrawn from sale due to a health scare.
- Once in court, he withdrew the statement he'd made to the police (= he claimed it was false).
- All charges against them were withdrawn after the prosecution's case collapsed.
- After lunch, we withdrew into her office to finish our discussion in private.
- She had to withdraw from the competition because of a leg injury.
- Following his nervous breakdown, he withdrew from public life and refused to give any interviews.
英 [wɪðˈdrɔːəl] 美 [wɪðˈdrɔːəl]
- The bank became suspicious after several large withdrawals were made from his account in a single week.
- The commander-in-chief was given 36 hours to secure a withdrawal of his troops from the combat zone.
- Doctors demanded the withdrawal of the drug (from the market) after several cases of dangerous side-effects were reported.
- Her sudden withdrawal from the championship caused a lot of press speculation about her health.
- Withdrawal is a classic symptom of depression.
英 [wɪðˈdrɔːn] 美 [wɪðˈdrɔːn]
- Her husband had become withdrawn and moody.
- Following her son's death, she became quiet and withdrawn and rarely went out.
英 [wɪðˈhəʊld] 美 [wɪðˈhoʊld]
- Police withheld the dead boy's name yesterday until relatives could be told.
英 [wɪðˈstænd] 美 [wɪðˈstænd]
- The materials used have to be able to withstand high temperatures.
- They had withstood siege, hunger and deprivation.
英 [ˌnɒtwɪθˈstændɪŋ] 美 [ˌnɑːtwɪθˈstændɪŋ]
- Notwithstanding some major financial problems, the school has had a successful year.
- The bad weather notwithstanding, the event was a great success.
- Notwithstanding, the problem is a significant one.