English: withdraw

English verb 'withdraw' conjugated in all tenses

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Nominal Forms

Infinitive: to withdraw
Participle: withdrawn
Gerund: withdrawing

Indicative

Present

Iwithdraw
youwithdraw
he;she;itwithdraws
wewithdraw
youwithdraw
theywithdraw

Perfect

Ihave withdrawn
youhave withdrawn
he;she;ithas withdrawn
wehave withdrawn
youhave withdrawn
theyhave withdrawn

Past

Iwithdrew
youwithdrew
he;she;itwithdrew
wewithdrew
youwithdrew
theywithdrew

Pluperfect

Ihad withdrawn
youhad withdrawn
he;she;ithad withdrawn
wehad withdrawn
youhad withdrawn
theyhad withdrawn

Future

Iwill withdraw
youwill withdraw
he;she;itwill withdraw
wewill withdraw
youwill withdraw
theywill withdraw

Future perfect

Iwill have withdrawn
youwill have withdrawn
he;she;itwill have withdrawn
wewill have withdrawn
youwill have withdrawn
theywill have withdrawn

Subjunctive

Present

Iwithdraw
youwithdraw
he;she;itwithdraw
wewithdraw
youwithdraw
theywithdraw

Perfect

Ihave withdrawn
youhave withdrawn
he;she;ithave withdrawn
wehave withdrawn
youhave withdrawn
theyhave withdrawn

Imperfect

Iwithdrew
youwithdrew
he;she;itwithdrew
wewithdrew
youwithdrew
theywithdrew

Pluperfect

Ihad withdrawn
youhad withdrawn
he;she;ithad withdrawn
wehad withdrawn
youhad withdrawn
theyhad withdrawn

Conditional

Present

Iwould withdraw
youwould withdraw
he;she;itwould withdraw
wewould withdraw
youwould withdraw
theywould withdraw

Perfect

Iwould have withdrawn
youwould have withdrawn
he;she;itwould have withdrawn
wewould have withdrawn
youwould have withdrawn
theywould have withdrawn

Imperative

youwithdraw
weLet's withdraw
youwithdraw

Progressive (Continuous) Forms

Indicative

Present

Iam withdrawing
youare withdrawing
he;she;itis withdrawing
weare withdrawing
youare withdrawing
theyare withdrawing

Perfect

Ihave been withdrawing
youhave been withdrawing
he;she;ithas been withdrawing
wehave been withdrawing
youhave been withdrawing
theyhave been withdrawing

Past

Iwas withdrawing
youwere withdrawing
he;she;itwas withdrawing
wewere withdrawing
youwere withdrawing
theywere withdrawing

Pluperfect

Ihad been withdrawing
youhad been withdrawing
he;she;ithad been withdrawing
wehad been withdrawing
youhad been withdrawing
theyhad been withdrawing

Future

Iwill be withdrawing
youwill be withdrawing
he;she;itwill be withdrawing
wewill be withdrawing
youwill be withdrawing
theywill be withdrawing

Future perfect

Iwill have been withdrawing
youwill have been withdrawing
he;she;itwill have been withdrawing
wewill have been withdrawing
youwill have been withdrawing
theywill have been withdrawing

Conditional

Present

Iwould be withdrawing
youwould be withdrawing
he;she;itwould be withdrawing
wewould be withdrawing
youwould be withdrawing
theywould be withdrawing

Perfect

Iwould have been withdrawing
youwould have been withdrawing
he;she;itwould have been withdrawing
wewould have been withdrawing
youwould have been withdrawing
theywould have been withdrawing

Verbs conjugated like withdraw

draw, overdraw, redraw, withdraw,

Additional Information

Phrasal Verbs

Etymology

c.1225, "to take back," from with "away" + drawen "to draw," possibly a loan-translation of L. retrahere "to retract." Sense of "to remove oneself" is recorded from c.1300. Withdrawal is first attested 1824. Reference to addictive drugs is first found in 1897, not common until 1920s.