withdrawal

  1. a retraction of a previously held position
  2. the act of taking out money or other capital
  3. the act of withdrawing
  4. avoiding emotional involvement
  5. formal separation from an alliance or federation
  6. the termination of drug taking

WITHDRAWAL

Voluntary termination of an insurance contract by the policyowner. Compare with lapse.
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withdrawal

[n] - avoiding emotional involvement 2. [n] - a retraction of a previously held position 3. [n] - the act of taking out money or other capital 4. [n] - the termination of drug taking 5. [n] - the act of withdrawing
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Withdrawal

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withdrawal

In a military action, an orderly movement of forces in a rearward direction in order to occupy more favourable ground. It is voluntary and controlled, unlike a retreat. British forces withdrew to El...
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Withdrawal

With·draw'al noun The act of withdrawing; withdrawment; retreat; retraction. Fielding.
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withdrawal

1. <psychology> A pathological retreat from interpersonal contact and social involvement, as may occur in schizophrenia, depression or schizoid avoidant and schizotypal personality disorders. ... 2. <pharmacology> A substance specific organic brain syndrome that follows the cessation of use or reduction in intake of a psychoactive subst...
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withdrawal

detachment noun avoiding emotional involvement
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withdrawal

backdown noun a retraction of a previously held position
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withdrawal

noun the act of withdrawing
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withdrawal

noun the termination of drug taking
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withdrawal

(with-draw´әl) a pathological retreat from interpersonal contact and social involvement, as may occur in avoidant, schizoid, or schizotypal personality disorders. the removal of something. a substance-induced disorder that follows the ending or decreasing of use of a psychoactive substance th...
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Withdrawal

• (n.) The act of withdrawing; withdrawment; retreat; retraction.
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withdrawal

(from the article `alcoholism`) ...drinking. A purely pharmacological-physiological definition of alcoholism classifies it as a drug addiction that requires imbibing increasing ... In cases of severe alcohol withdrawal, it is common for seizures, mental clouding, disorientation, and hallucinations (both visual and auditory) to ... .....
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withdrawal

1. a pathological retreat from interpersonal contact and social involvement, as may occur in schizophrenia, depression, or schizoid avoidant and schizotypal personality disorders. 2. (DSM III-R) a substance-specific organic brain syndrome that follows the cessation of use or reduction in intake of a psychoactive substance that had been regularly u....
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Withdrawal

Formal process of leaving an institution before (and without) completing a degree.
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Withdrawal

(n) When someone is involved or participated in the planning and preparatory stage of a crime, whether knowingly or unknowingly, and depart from that act, conspiracy or crime, before actual execution of the act or crime, either by knowing the real intention and effect of the crime or otherwise , such departure is named as withdrawal
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withdrawal

Type: Term Pronunciation: with-draw′ăl Definitions: 1. The act of removal or retreat. 2. A psychological and/or physical syndrome caused by the abrupt cessation of the use of a drug in an habituated person. 3. The therapeutic process of discontinuing a drug to avoid the symptoms of withdrawal (2). 4. A pattern of behavior observed in sch...
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withdrawal

In a military action, an orderly movement of forces in a rearward direction in order to occupy more favourable ground. It is voluntary and controlled, unlike a retreat
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Withdrawal

Failure to reach the reserve price or insufficient bidding. The auctioneer will withdraw the property from the auction.
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Withdrawal

[military] A withdrawal is a type of military operation, generally meaning retreating forces back while maintaining contact with the enemy. A withdrawal may be undertaken as part of a general retreat, to consolidate forces, to occupy ground that is more easily defended, or to lead the enemy into an ambush. It is considered a relatively risk...
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Withdrawal

A removal of water from a surface or ground water source for use.
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Withdrawal

The process of retreating from society and relationships with others. Usually indicated by aloofness
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Withdrawal

A withdrawal is money you take out of your banking, brokerage firm, or other accounts. If you withdr
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Withdrawal

Students may withdraw from courses during a semester. This action becomes valid after the add/drop p
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