retire


retire
01. My parents are planning to travel across the U.S. in their motorhome next year after my dad [retires].
02. He [retired] after 45 years with the same company.
03. My parents are really looking forward to their [retirement], and have all kinds of plans.
04. People in this country are generally expected to [retire] at the age of 65.
05. Malcolm Forbes once said that [retirement] kills more people than hard work ever did.
06. A lot of people from the northern states move to Florida after they [retire] because the weather there is so nice.
07. Wayne Gretzky's [retirement] from hockey was probably the biggest story in sports that year.
08. Jazz artist Louis Armstrong once said that musicians don't [retire]; they stop when there's no more music in them.
09. A survey recently revealed that women [retire] later than men, have less money, and are more worried about retirement.
10. Your ability to [retire] in comfort may depend on how wisely you invest a portion of your income during your working years.
11. I'm pretty tired, so I think that I will [retire] for the evening.
12. Studies show that a large proportion of early [retirees] leave the work force for health reasons.
13. After 20 years in the military, he was able to [retire] on a half pension.
14. Greta Garbo [retired] from movies at the height of her career.
15. Judo master Yasuhiro Yamashita [retired] undefeated after 203 successive wins between 1977-85.
16. Mountain gorillas are shy, [retiring] animals which live in social groups of between 2 to 35 individuals.
17. Someone once joked that a good time to [retire] is before it's too late to have a good time.
18. Prince Bernhard, husband of Queen Juliana of the Netherlands, was once implicated in a business scandal, and had to [retire] from public life as a result.
19. Seventeen percent of the population of Miami, Florida are over 65 because so many people move there when they [retire].
20. Actress Grace Kelly [retired] from films after marrying Prince Rainier of Monaco.
21. We are all dependent on the health of our economy to provide for our [retirement] needs.

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  • retiré — retiré, ée [ r(ə)tire ] adj. • XVIe; de retirer 1 ♦ (Personnes) Qui s est retiré. Retiré dans un lieu, quelque part. RETIRÉ DE. « le désir d être de plus en plus retiré du monde et dans un cloître d études et d oubli » (Sainte Beuve). ♢ Absolt… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • retiré — retiré, ée (re ti ré, rée) part. passé de retirer. 1°   Ramené en tirant. Un homme retiré vivant de dessous les décombres. 2°   Tiré en arrière, contracté. •   Ma peau est toute sèche et toute retirée, SACI Bible, Job, VII, 5. •   Les pattes… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • retire — re·tire vb re·tired, re·tir·ing vi: to withdraw from an action the jury retired for deliberations vt: to withdraw from circulation or from the market retire a loan retire stock Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law …   Law dictionary

  • Retire — Re*tire , v. i. 1. To go back or return; to draw back or away; to keep aloof; to withdraw or retreat, as from observation; to go into privacy; as, to retire to his home; to retire from the world, or from notice. [1913 Webster] To Una back he cast …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Retire — Re*tire , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Retired}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Retiring}.] [F. retirer; pref. re re + tirer to draw. See {Tirade}.] 1. To withdraw; to take away; sometimes used reflexively. [1913 Webster] He . . . retired himself, his wife, and… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Retire — Re*tire , n. 1. The act of retiring, or the state of being retired; also, a place to which one retires. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] The battle and the retire of the English succors. Bacon. [1913 Webster] [Eve] discover d soon the place of her retire.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • retire — [ri tīr′] vi. retired, retiring [Fr retirer < re , back + tirer, to draw < VL * tirare] 1. to go away, retreat, or withdraw to a private, sheltered, or secluded place 2. to go to bed 3. to give ground, as in battle; retreat; withdraw 4. to… …   English World dictionary

  • retiré — Retiré, [retir]ée. part. passif. Il a les significations de son verbe. Il est aussi adj. & sign. Solitaire. C est un homme fort retiré. il mene une vie retirée. un lieu retiré, esteigné du bruit …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • retire — (v.) 1530s, of armies, to retreat, from M.Fr. retirer to withdraw (something), from re back (see RE (Cf. re )) + O.Fr. tirer to draw (see TIRADE (Cf. tirade)). Meaning to withdraw to some place for the sake of seclusion is recorded from 1530s;… …   Etymology dictionary

  • retire — withdraw, *go, leave, depart, quit Analogous words: *recede, retreat: recoil, *rebound, resile: *relinquish, yield, surrender, abandon …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • retire — [v] leave a place or responsibility absent oneself, decamp, deny oneself, depart, draw back, ebb, exit, fall back, get away, get off, give ground, give up work, give way, go, go away, go to bed, go to one’s room*, go to sleep, hand over, hit the… …   New thesaurus