The difference between Retract and Withcall

When used as verbs, retract means to pull back inside, whereas withcall means to call back or call away (from).

check bellow for the other definitions of Retract and Withcall

  1. Retract as a verb (transitive):

    To pull back inside.


    "An airplane retracts its wheels for flight."

  2. Retract as a verb (ambitransitive):

    To draw back; to draw up.


    "Muscles retract after amputation."

    "A cat can retract its claws."

  3. Retract as a verb (transitive):

    To take back or withdraw something one has said.


    "I retract all the accusations I made about the senator and sincerely hope he won't sue me."

  4. Retract as a verb:

    To take back, as a grant or favour previously bestowed; to revoke.


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  1. Withcall as a verb (transitive):

    To call back or call away (from); recall; withdraw one's words; retract; recant; unsay; cancel; call off.

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