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Translation of "retire" - English-Spanish dictionary

retire

verb /riˈtaiə/
stop working permanently, usually because of age retirarse, jubilarse He retired at the age of sixty-five.
to leave; to withdraw retirarse When he doesn’t want to talk to anyone, he retires to his room and locks the door We retired to bed at midnight The troops were forced to retire to a safer position.
retired adjective
having stopped working jubilado My father is retired now a retired professor.
retirement noun
the act of retiring from work jubilación It is not long till his retirement.
a person’s life after retiring from work jubilación He’s enjoying his retirement.
retiring adjective
shy retraído, reservado a very quiet, retiring person.
(Definition of retire from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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