Definitions and Examples of withdrawn, retrieved, recalled
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Removed or taken away from a particular place or situation.
The troops were withdrawn from the battlefield after the ceasefire was declared.
To bring back or recover something that was lost, stolen, or misplaced.
He retrieved his phone from the lost and found department at the airport.
To call back or summon someone or something that was previously sent or dispatched.
The company recalled all the faulty products from the market to avoid any accidents.
Key Differences: withdrawn vs retrieved vs recalled
- 1Withdrawn implies a removal or taking away from a particular place or situation.
- 2Retrieved refers to bringing back or recovering something that was lost or misplaced.
- 3Recalled means calling back or summoning someone or something that was previously sent or dispatched.
Effective Usage of withdrawn, retrieved, recalled
- 1Military Operations: Use deployed and its antonyms to describe the movement of troops and equipment.
- 2Business Operations: Incorporate these antonyms in business contexts to describe the movement of resources and personnel.
- 3Daily Life: Utilize these words to describe the movement of objects or people in everyday situations.
The antonyms of deployed describe the opposite action of sending or placing something in a particular position or location. Use withdrawn to imply removal, retrieved to bring back something lost, and recalled to call back something previously sent. These words can be used in military and business contexts, as well as in daily life situations.