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retirement in English:

1. the period of one's life after retiring from work the period of one's life after retiring from work



2. the time when a worker leaves his job and stops working completely the time when a worker leaves his job and stops working completely



English word "retirement"(the time when a worker leaves his job and stops working completely) occurs in sets:

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3. when worker leaves job and stops working permanently when worker leaves job and stops working permanently



4. retire


We retire at eleven o'clock.
When I retire, I'd like to spend the rest of my life in the country.
Public opinion obliged him to retire.
The man held on to his job stubbornly and would not retire.
They are able to retire while fairly young and enjoy the lifestyle of their choice in good health.
Once I retire, I will dedicate my whole time to Tatoeba.
Those who choose to retire can do so as early as sixty-two, although starting to draw their Social Security distributions at that age would mean that the payments would be reduced by twenty percent.
... exactly midnight, only to retire at once to bed.
He retired as a chief executive officer on his 65th birthday.
She retired early because of her heart condition.
I wodner if my pension will be enough to get by after I retire
A lot of very talented sportspeople have to retire early due to injury.
In general, the retirement is when a partner leaves the parnership because he reaches a certain age, for example 65 years old.
She worked, until he retired in 1955
When he retired, he started this company with his wife.

English word "retirement"(retire) occurs in sets:

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