1.1(of troops, team, representative) retirada femenino(of coinage) retirada de la circulación femenino(of product) retirada de la venta femenino
1.2(method of contraception)coitus interruptus masculinomarcha atrás femenino coloquial
2(of support, funding) retirada femenino(of support, funding) retiro masculino América Latina(of application, nomination, candidate, competitor) retirada femeninothey demanded the withdrawal of the accusation — exigieron que se retirara la acusación
- Blackwell encouraged academics to promote the withdrawal of funding from Israeli institutions.
- During the 1990s families were forced to cope with high unemployment, benefit cuts, and the cancellation or withdrawal of basic health and social services.
- High-intensity trauma cases or withdrawal of life support share similarities with potential organ donation cases.
- An eventual complete withdrawal of the drug appears likely.
- Cr Jeffery offered to withdraw his withdrawal, but the mayor ruled it against meeting procedure.
- The October 2003 withdrawal of legal aid funding for the litigation was readily justifiable on scientific grounds.
- As well as new drug withdrawal and mental health programmes there is access to the Samaritans, Alcoholics Anonymous, Rape Crisis and other agencies.
- Fortunately, she elected to remain in hospital as she and her unborn baby were both suffering seizures from addiction withdrawal.
- That's right, and two things that predicted maintenance of normal blood pressure after drug withdrawal were salt restriction and weight loss.
- They are tending to their addiction - keeping the physical devils of drug withdrawal at bay.
- The studies were usually withdrawal studies contrasting withdrawal to placebo after a symptom-free period.
- Patients should be fully informed of the risks and benefits of these medications, including the risks of dependency and of withdrawal after abrupt discontinuation.
- In withdrawal, stronger neurological activity creates the desire to relapse, or return to an addictive habit.
- Drug withdrawal is everything you've ever heard.
- She is there to help patients through depression, withdrawal from drugs and alcohol, medication's side effects and other issues that come with having the disease.
- He claimed that the practice of giving fishermen a strong opiate drug for withdrawal was just as dangerous as heroin as there was no way of monitoring its use at sea.
- The earlier exposure also worsened the decline in brain activity during nicotine withdrawal and led to an increase in the amount of brain cell injury induced by the drug, they reported.
- East of Main, the place becomes a surreal smorgasbord of prostitutes shivering from drug withdrawal and the ravages of AIDS.
- It's like having the flu, a hangover and drug withdrawal all at once.
- Frenois and his team say their work is an important step in helping to determine how specific environments associated with drug withdrawal might encourage drug seeking.
- Acute and postacute drug withdrawal can affect sleep in recovering addicts.
- Her prison file shows that when she began her sentence, she ‘went through the drug withdrawal with the minimum amount of discomfort’, and her clinical records confirm this.
- It can be applied in general mental-emotional states such postnatal depression, bereavement, anxiety, withdrawal from drugs, anorexia, sexual abuse and panic attacks.
- The experience at Scotland's Cornton Vale women's prison is also highlighted as demonstrating the impact drug withdrawal can have on the mental health of prisoners.
- Sure enough, the drug withdrawal is starting to kick in.
- When a mouse's running wheel is taken away, its brain shows a jump in neurological activity much like the symptoms seen during withdrawal from drug addiction.
4(of cash)retirada femeninoretiro masculino América Latinato make a withdrawal — retirar dinero / fondos
- before noun withdrawal slip — recibo de retiro de fondos
- It was one of three withdrawals Mr Foley made from the account he opened in 1979.
- Bank withdrawals, mostly in small notes, shot up by the equivalent of half a billion dollars in the week before the vote.
- These conversations apparently were about money withdrawals, theft of a bank card and a false card.
- The fraudsters then made rapid withdrawals from as many accounts as possible overnight.
- Some saving products pay a bonus if you don't make any withdrawals from the account.
- Police are asking the public to be vigilant when making withdrawals from ATM's.
- Pre-authorized withdrawals from bank accounts might have been affected as well.
- None of his belongings had been taken, his mobile phone has not been used and no withdrawals have been made from his bank account.
- Miss Jarman alone made payments into and withdrawals from the accounts.
- This means that should any unexpected large withdrawals be made, both account holders will be notified.
- In 1999, bank withdrawals by an Adelaide woman were understood to have triggered an alert.
- Police said she had made withdrawals from her bank account on both days, but they had received no reports of anyone jumping into the Thames.
- For example, Ulster Bank does not permit any withdrawals from its fixed account.
- RBS, which owns NatWest, has claimed publicly that it does not charge for withdrawals at its machines.
- Another point to be tackled is the claim that charging machines only account for five per cent of withdrawals.
- Its objection was to accounts which simply blocked any withdrawals whatsoever.
- Rates also tend to be higher on accounts that restrict the number of withdrawals per year.
- Fixed deposit accounts may also not allow any withdrawals throughout the five-year period.
- Cashcards normally constitute credit tokens unless the account from which withdrawals are made cannot go into debit.
- Mr Michael Gleeson, prosecuting, said two large withdrawals were made from one particular account.
5(from drugs)abandono masculinobefore noun withdrawal symptoms — mono masculino coloquial