Advertising

Support LEO:

LEOs Zusatzinformationen: to withdraw sth. - etw. abheben

o

to withdraw sth.

Definition (British English)

withdraw
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

withdraw
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

withdraw
Merriam Webster

Etymology

withdraw
Online Etymology Dictionary
o

etw. abheben

Definition:

abheben
DWDS

Forum discussions containing the search term

withdraw, draw - entnehmen, abhebenLast post 18 Feb 08, 15:53
He drew cash from the bank yesterday. / He withdrew cash from the bank yesterday. = Er hat…1 Replies
zurueckziehen - withdrawLast post 25 Feb 09, 19:34
Zum Einen können Sie sich darin trainieren, Ihre Innere Landkarte gezielt zurück zunehmen, u…2 Replies
cut - abheben (beim Kartenspiel)Last post 25 Jun 13, 11:50
http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/cut Eintrag im Webster unter 4. d) Ich denke, Beis…4 Replies
contrast - (sich) abheben (gegen)Last post 17 May 08, 16:40
(sich) abheben (gegen), einen Gegensatz bilden0 Replies
to withdraw money - Geld behebenLast post 25 Jan 10, 20:29
Denn dann könnte immer nur der Besitzer einer Bankomatkarte Geld beheben. Wieso soll ich nic…10 Replies
withdraw countenanceLast post 11 Nov 07, 19:28
The Queen protests most strongly against this aggravation of the horrors of war, and conside…3 Replies
withdraw securitiesLast post 29 Jan 10, 15:50
... and to withdraw securities and to sign receipts therefor; to establish credits for other…1 Replies
Rückstehungserklärung - Declaration to withdrawLast post 16 Jun 08, 14:29
Ist diese Defination korrekt??0 Replies
Geld zurückholen - withdraw moneyLast post 11 Nov 04, 10:10
Das Problem ist, dass das Geld jederzeit vom Konto des Empfängers zurückgeholt werden kann. …5 Replies
withdrawLast post 24 May 15, 10:19
Can I write the following? The active process of learning has to come from the student and …2 Replies

Aus dem Umfeld des Eintrags

Advertising

Support LEO:

 
 
  • Pinyin
     
  • Keyboard
     
  • Special characters
     
LEO: Additional information
 
LEO: Conjugation/declension table

You need to be logged in to start a new thread. Registration and participation are free!

You can search the forum without needing to register. 

You need to be logged in to use the vocabulary trainer. Registration and use of the trainer are free of charge

 
Recent lookups (click on a word to display the dictionary results again):
#Search term(s)