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  present past past participle
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
To withdraw: retirar, sacar withdraw (widróo) withdrew (widrú) withdrawn (widróon)
Richard withdrew $200 from the ATM.
The general ordered his troops to withdraw from the battlefield.
The participant who cheated was withdrawn from the contest.
 
To withhold: retener, ocultar, no revelar withhold (widjóuld) withheld (widjéld) withheld (widjéld)
She couldn’t continue her trip because her passport had been withheld.
The witness withheld crucial information from the police.
I will withhold your fees until the work is finished.
 
To withstand: resistir, aguantar, oponerse withstand (widstáand) withstood (widstúud) withstood (widstúud)
These pillars will withstand the heavy roof.
She withstood the temptation to go to the party.
This paint withstands high temperatures.
 
To wring: torcer, retorcer, estrujar, escurrir wring (ring) wrung (rang) wrung (rang)
The maid washed the shirt and wrung it carefully.
You looked so mad that I thought you were going to wring his neck.
The man was wringing his hands while plotting his revenge.
 
To write: escribir write (ráit) wrote (róut) written (ríten)
William Shakespeare wrote plays and sonnets.
My sister hasn’t written a letter to granny in ages.
Children usually learn to read and write at the age of six.
 
* Could be conjugated as a regular verb
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