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pension sb off

mainly UK phrasal verb with pension /ˈpentən/ verb
to make someone leave their job and give them a pension, usually because of their age
发给(某人)退休金使退职;发给(某人)养老金使退休
Workers in the company are being pensioned off at 50.
该公司的工人到50岁时就要领养老金退休。
Firing staff and being firedRetiring and resigning from work
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