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su·per·an·nu·ate

 (so͞o′pər-ăn′yo͞o-āt′)
tr.v. su·per·an·nu·at·ed, su·per·an·nu·at·ing, su·per·an·nu·ates
1. To retire (someone) on a pension because of age or infirmity.
2. To set aside or discard as old-fashioned or obsolete.

[Back-formation from superannuated.]

superannuate

(ˌsuːpərˈænjʊˌeɪt)
vb (tr)
1. (Insurance) to pension off
2. to discard as obsolete or old-fashioned

su•per•an•nu•ate

(ˌsu pərˈæn yuˌeɪt)

v. -at•ed, -at•ing. v.t.
1. to allow to retire from service or office on a pension because of age or infirmity.
2. to set aside as out-of-date; remove as too old.
v.i.
3. to be or become old, out-of-date, or retired.
[1640–50]

superannuate


Past participle: superannuated
Gerund: superannuating

Imperative
superannuate
superannuate
Present
I superannuate
you superannuate
he/she/it superannuates
we superannuate
you superannuate
they superannuate
Preterite
I superannuated
you superannuated
he/she/it superannuated
we superannuated
you superannuated
they superannuated
Present Continuous
I am superannuating
you are superannuating
he/she/it is superannuating
we are superannuating
you are superannuating
they are superannuating
Present Perfect
I have superannuated
you have superannuated
he/she/it has superannuated
we have superannuated
you have superannuated
they have superannuated
Past Continuous
I was superannuating
you were superannuating
he/she/it was superannuating
we were superannuating
you were superannuating
they were superannuating
Past Perfect
I had superannuated
you had superannuated
he/she/it had superannuated
we had superannuated
you had superannuated
they had superannuated
Future
I will superannuate
you will superannuate
he/she/it will superannuate
we will superannuate
you will superannuate
they will superannuate
Future Perfect
I will have superannuated
you will have superannuated
he/she/it will have superannuated
we will have superannuated
you will have superannuated
they will have superannuated
Future Continuous
I will be superannuating
you will be superannuating
he/she/it will be superannuating
we will be superannuating
you will be superannuating
they will be superannuating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been superannuating
you have been superannuating
he/she/it has been superannuating
we have been superannuating
you have been superannuating
they have been superannuating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been superannuating
you will have been superannuating
he/she/it will have been superannuating
we will have been superannuating
you will have been superannuating
they will have been superannuating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been superannuating
you had been superannuating
he/she/it had been superannuating
we had been superannuating
you had been superannuating
they had been superannuating
Conditional
I would superannuate
you would superannuate
he/she/it would superannuate
we would superannuate
you would superannuate
they would superannuate
Past Conditional
I would have superannuated
you would have superannuated
he/she/it would have superannuated
we would have superannuated
you would have superannuated
they would have superannuated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.superannuate - retire and pension (someone) because of age or physical inability
retire - make (someone) retire; "The director was retired after the scandal"
2.superannuate - declare to be obsolete
adjudge, declare, hold - declare to be; "She was declared incompetent"; "judge held that the defendant was innocent"
3.superannuate - become obsolete
change - undergo a change; become different in essence; losing one's or its original nature; "She changed completely as she grew older"; "The weather changed last night"
4.superannuate - retire or become ineligible because of old age or infirmity
retire - go into retirement; stop performing one's work or withdraw from one's position; "He retired at age 68"

superannuate

verb
1. To remove from active service:
pension (off), retire.
2. To make or become obsolete:
Translations
يُحيل على التَّقاعُد
dát do důchodu
leysa e-n frá störfum fyrir aldurssakir
atlaist no darba vecuma pensijā
dať do dôchodku
yaşlılık nedeniyle emekliye ayırmak

superannuate

[ˌsuːpəˈrænjʊeɪt] VTjubilar

superannuate

superannuate

(suːpəˈrӕnjueit) verb
to retire (a person) from employment because of old age, especially with a pension.
ˈsuperˌannuˈation noun
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That would be educating the populus on how to invest their monies, what age they should start investing for a brighter future, what schemes were available, how safe those schemes were, how to superannuate the last 10 years and what the benefits would be from doing this ( ie holidays, leaving the children something, safety, peace of mind and ability to pay for care.
The move will benefit 61 employees who were to superannuate in May and October.