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Synonyms for withdraw

Synonyms for withdraw

to move (something) from a position occupied

to pull back in

to move back in the face of enemy attack or after a defeat

to remove from association with

to disavow (something previously written or said) irrevocably and usually formally

Synonyms for withdraw

withdraw from active participation

release from something that holds fast, connects, or entangles

cause to be returned

take back what one has said

keep away from others

retire gracefully


Related Words

remove something concrete, as by lifting, pushing, or taking off, or remove something abstract

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But if the interest is withdrawable only on the anniversary date of the policy (or some other specified date), it is gross income to the policyholder for the taxable year in which the anniversary date (or other specified date) falls.
Providing a depository for annually withdrawable profits.
To open this new withdrawable account, called Tier- II, a subscriber has to make a minimum contribution of Rs 1,000.
To open this new withdrawable account, called Tier-II, a subscriber has to make a minimum contribution of Rs 1,000.
1) When banks expand credit, by granting loans and creating demand deposits, they generate immediately withdrawable liabilities to finance longer-term loans.
More complex single auctions such as withdrawable bid situations (Harstad & Rothkopf, 1995; Rothkopf, 1991) have also been modeled.
For example, changing the above triggers from distributable to withdrawable may make a difference to the beneficiaries for asset protection purposes.
The proponents of this view claim that because these institutions take deposits that are withdrawable on demand, they are subject to panic "runs" that may bring down otherwise solvent institutions.
A primary reason for discontinuing the separate categories was that overnight deposits often were held under continuing contracts, thereby resembling term deposits, and term deposits often were withdrawable, thereby resembling overnight deposits.
The latest series of rack and panel connectors on offer from Icore International was specifically designed to simplify the design and construction of withdrawable assemblies that require high-current connections, the compact connectors, designed for use with motor starters and power supplies, ensure consistently low contact resistance, low mating force and extended working life and are available with current ratings up to 400 Amps.
It includes dealer reserves, all tax accruals, short-term certificates of thrift or investment, deposit liabilities (other than those not withdrawable during term of loan), and all other liabilities.
All the models are available in three pole and four poled fixed, plug in and withdrawable versions.
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There are three types of share used by Australian building societies, withdrawable shares, permanent shares and redeemable shares.
With regard to building societies, the major source of residential mortgages, cash reserves and liquid asset requirements were introduced for the first time in June 1995 at 1% and 5%, respectively, of average deposits and withdrawable shares;