Antonym for "put in"

vernikr

New Member
Russian
What is an antonym for "put in" in the meaning "I put money in my account"? How could I say something like "I put money out of my account" in the meaning "I withdraw money"?
 
  • vernikr

    New Member
    Russian
    Thanks everyone.

    One more question arose. What's the difference between "put in" and "put into"? What is more appropriate for case of adding funds to account in electronic banking system?
     

    Keith Bradford

    Senior Member
    English (Midlands UK)
    In the best English, this should be "put into"; if the money is already in the account, there's no reason to put it anywhere.

    However, in everyday speech people often say in for into, if this doesn't cause ambiguity.
     

    vernikr

    New Member
    Russian
    How do you think, can I use "put into" and "take out" as names of a buttons in interface of client bank application?
     
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