推出: [ tuī chū ] 退出: [ tuì chū ]
Posted by miauler
February 5, 2008 in the Group General Discussion
推出: [ tuī chū ]- to release
|The act or process of pushing or thrusting out.|
|Tending to push or thrust out.|
|Is that a fair inference to draw from his statement?|
退出: [ tuì chū ]
1. to withdraw
2. to abort
3. to quit
|The list so settled it now a slate, unless some discontented magnate objects and threatens to withdraw. To do so is called"breaking the slate".|
|I'm bowing out of this scheme I don't approve of it.|
|After thirty years in politics, he is finally bowing out.|
|Mr.Black bowed out of politics due to poor health.|
|He withdrew his horse from the race.|
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