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Is there an intransitive verb that means "withdraw money"? I am looking for either an intransitive verb that means "withdraw money" or a transitive verb that means "withdraw money" that doesn't have the word "money" or any equivalent thereof as an object.

For example:

Your company ___ your credit card, because of the cost you've incurred during your work.

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You used credit card in your example, so the following could apply:

Your company charged your credit card, because of the cost you've incurred during your work.

Your company debited your credit card, ...

If you mean a bank account in general, you could try the following:

Alice withdrew money from her family's account.

Alice debited her family's account.

Alice dipped into her family's account.

Alice used her family's account.

The Cambridge Dictionary covers "withdrawing money" if you need more background.

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