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with·drawn

 (wĭth-drôn′, wĭth-)
v.
Past participle of withdraw.
adj.
Emotionally unresponsive or socially detached; introverted or aloof.

with·drawn′ness n.

withdrawn

(wɪðˈdrɔːn)
vb
the past participle of withdraw
adj
1. (Psychology) unusually reserved, introverted, or shy
2. secluded or remote
withˈdrawnness n

with•drawn

(wɪðˈdrɔn, wɪθ-)

v.
1. pp. of withdraw.
adj.
2. removed from circulation, contact, competition, etc.
3. shy and introverted; retiring; remote.
with•drawn′ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.withdrawn - withdrawn from society; seeking solitude; "lived an unsocial reclusive life"
unsocial - not seeking or given to association; being or living without companions; "the unsocial disposition to neglect one's neighbors"
2.withdrawn - tending to reserve or introspection; "a quiet indrawn man"
reserved - marked by self-restraint and reticence; "was habitually reserved in speech, withholding her opinion"-Victoria Sackville-West

withdrawn

withdrawn

adjective
Translations
غَيْر وُدّي، لا يَتَجاوَب
indadvendtindelukket
hlédrægur, feiminn
içine kapanık/kapalı

withdrawn

[wɪθˈdrɔːn]
A. PP of withdraw
B. ADJ (= introverted) → reservado, introvertido; (= detached, absent) → retraído, encerrado en sí mismo

withdrawn

[wɪðˈdrɔːn]
pp of withdraw
adj [person] → renfermé(e)

withdrawn

ptp of withdraw
adj personverschlossen; manner alsoreserviert, zurückhaltend; lifezurückgezogen

withdrawn

[wɪθˈdrɔːn]
1. pp of withdraw
2. adjchiuso/a in se stesso/a

withdraw

(wiðˈdroː) past tense withˈdrew (-ˈdruː) : past participle withˈdrawn verb
1. to (cause to) move back or away. The army withdrew from its position; He withdrew his troops; They withdrew from the competition.
2. to take back (something one has said). She withdrew her remarks, and apologized; He later withdrew the charges he'd made against her.
3. to remove (money from a bank account etc). I withdrew all my savings and went abroad.
withˈdrawal noun
withˈdrawn adjective
(of a person) not responsive or friendly.

withdrawn

adj retraído
References in classic literature ?
Malone desires to state that both the injunction for restraint and the libel action have been withdrawn unreservedly by Professor G.
He had scarcely withdrawn when Altisidora, recovering from her swoon, said to her companion, "The lute must be left, for no doubt Don Quixote intends to give us some music; and being his it will not be bad.
The crowd had withdrawn from the man, giving him sufficient room to roll over, in evident pain, while they yet stood gazing at him, with that indefinable feeling of curiosity and nerveless sympathy, which characterises man when not called on to act, by emulation, vanity, or the practice of well-doing.
Then the hand was withdrawn, leaving in his an object which he perceived to be a ring.
I knew that hand, though a black glove concealed its delicate whiteness and half its fair proportions, and quickly seizing it, I pressed it in my own - ardently for a moment, but instantly recollecting myself, I dropped it, and it was immediately withdrawn.
Now that that evil influence had been withdrawn, a new life began for Dr.
Utterson was amazed; the dark influence of Hyde had been withdrawn, the doctor had returned to his old tasks and amities; a week ago, the prospect had smiled with every promise of a cheerful and an honoured age; and now in a moment, friendship, and peace of mind, and the whole tenor of his life were wrecked.
The same day, another amount of Rs 2,000,000 was withdrawn and then, on 12-8-16, an amount of Rs 4000,000 was withdrawn.
Spokesman for MQM said that security from Farooq Sattar was withdrawn during a corner meeting of PS-114.
The normal practice is that once the bill is introduced, it becomes the property of the House, and can only be amended and not withdrawn.
According to details, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan has withdrawn from NA-71 Mianwali and NA-1 Peshawar.
Socially withdrawn children are believed to experience competing motivations-they want to interact with peers, but the prospect of doing so causes anxiety that interferes with such interactions.