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re·tired

 (rĭ-tīrd′)
adj.
1. Withdrawn from one's occupation, business, or office; having finished one's active working life.
2. Received by a person in retirement: retired pay.
3. Withdrawn; secluded.
n. (used with a pl. verb)
Retired people considered as a group. Used with the.

re·tired·ly adv.
re·tired′ness n.

retired

(rɪˈtaɪəd)
adj
1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms)
a. having given up one's work, office, etc, esp on completion of the normal period of service: a retired headmistress.
b. (as collective noun; preceded by the): the retired.
2. withdrawn; secluded: a retired life; a retired cottage in the woods.

re•tired

(rɪˈtaɪərd)

adj.
1. withdrawn from an office, occupation, or career: a retired banker.
2. due or given a retired person: retired pay.
3. secluded or sequestered.
[1580–90]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.retired - no longer active in your work or profession
inactive - not engaged in full-time work; "inactive reserve"; "an inactive member"

retired

adjective pensioned, former, in retirement, pensioned off, superannuated, ex- a seventy-three-year-old retired teacher
the retired retired people, pensioners, old people, the elderly, senior citizens, OAPs the skills and energies of the retired
Translations
v důchodu
pensioneret
eläkkeellä oleva
umirovljen
hættur störfum, á eftirlaunum
退職した
퇴직한
na dôchodku
upokojen
pensionerad
ปลดเกษียณ
đã về hưu

retired

[rɪˈtaɪəd] ADJ (from work, gen) → jubilado, retirado (esp Mil) → retirado
I've been retired since 1996me jubilé en 1996
a retired personun jubilado/una jubilada
a lot of retired people come hereaquí vienen muchos jubilados

retired

[rɪˈtaɪərd] adj [person] → à la retraite, retraité(e)
She's retired → Elle est retraitée.
a retired teacher → un professeur à la retraite

retired

adj
(= no longer working) worker, employeeaus dem Arbeitsleben ausgeschieden (form); civil servant, military officerpensioniert, im Ruhestand; soldieraus der Armee ausgeschieden; he is retireder arbeitet nicht mehr; (soldier) → er ist nicht mehr in der Armee; retired peopleLeute, die im Ruhestand sind; a retired worker/teacher/soldierein Rentner/pensionierter Lehrer/ehemaliger Soldat; “occupation - retiredBeruf - Rentner/Pensionär/Veteran“
(= secluded) lifezurückgezogen

retired

[rɪˈtaɪəd] adj
a. (no longer working) → in pensione, pensionato/a
a retired person → un(a) pensionato/a
b. (liter) (quiet, secluded) → ritirato/a, appartato/a

retire

(riˈtaiə) verb
1. stop working permanently, usually because of age. He retired at the age of sixty-five.
2. to leave; to withdraw. 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.
reˈtired adjective
having stopped working. My father is retired now; a retired professor.
reˈtirement noun
1. the act of retiring from work. It is not long till his retirement.
2. a person's life after retiring from work. He's enjoying his retirement.
reˈtiring adjective
shy. a very quiet, retiring person.

retired

مُتَقاعِد v důchodu pensioneret pensioniert συνταξιούχος jubilado eläkkeellä oleva retraité umirovljen pensionato 退職した 퇴직한 gepensioneerd pensjonert emerytowany aposentado, reformado находящийся на пенсии pensionerad ปลดเกษียณ emekli đã về hưu 已退休的

retired

a. pp. de to retire, retirado-a; [from work] jubilado-a, retirado-a; [withdrawn] reservado-a; [secluded] alejado-a, apartado-a.
References in classic literature ?
Jones retired from the company, in which we have seen him engaged, into the fields, where he intended to cool himself by a walk in the open air before he attended Mr Allworthy.
It is sufficient that it lasted a full quarter of an hour, at the conclusion of which they retired into the thickest part of the grove.
Pierre was one of those retired gentlemen-in-waiting of whom there were hundreds good-humoredly ending their days in Moscow.
Minto Square, Great Clive Street, Warren Street, Hastings Street, Ochterlony Place, Plassy Square, Assaye Terrace ("gardens" was a felicitous word not applied to stucco houses with asphalt terraces in front, so early as 1827)--who does not know these respectable abodes of the retired Indian aristocracy, and the quarter which Mr.
The ladies, then, having retired to their chamber, and the others having disposed themselves with as little discomfort as they could, Don Quixote sallied out of the inn to act as sentinel of the castle as he had promised.
The wax doll Queen spoke prettily to Dorothy and the others, and sent her loving greetings to Ozma before she retired to the rooms prepared for her.
It was eight o'clock when we landed; we walked for a short time on the shore, enjoying the transitory light, and then retired to the inn and contemplated the lovely scene of waters, woods, and mountains, obscured in darkness, yet still displaying their black outlines.
As the Pawnees retired with the body, the Siouxes pressed upon their footsteps, and at length the whole of the latter broke out of the cover with a common yell, and threatened to bear down all opposition by sheer physical superiority.
Possessed by one single thought--that of the promise he had made, and of the responsibility he had taken--he retired last to his chamber, begged the host to procure him a map of the province, bent over it, examined every line traced upon it, perceived that there were four different roads from Bethune to Armentieres, and summoned the lackeys.
True it is that this young country girl might allege as her excuse the agitation into which the king seemed to be thrown, for Mademoiselle de la Valliere, busily engaged in closing the door, had involuntarily fixed her eyes upon the king, who, as he retired backwards, had his face towards it.
Monsieur had just retired, and the youthful Louis, remaining the last, was amusing himself by placing some lead soldiers in a line of battle, a game which delighted him much.
So the Sun retired behind a cloud, and the Wind began to blow as hard as it could upon the traveller.