retirement / rɪˈtaɪər mənt /


retirement2 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. the act of retiring, withdrawing, or leaving; the state of being retired.
  2. the act of retiring or of leaving one's job, career, or occupation permanently, usually because of age: I'm looking forward to my retirement from teaching.
  3. the portion of a person's life during which a person is retired: What will you do in retirement?
adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. noting or pertaining to retirement: retirement pay.

retirement 近义词

n. 名词 noun


n. 名词 noun



  1. McCoy announced his retirement in July, and his last day was set to be in October, but he is considering staying with the department until December.
  2. “Most of the activities you normally have here in adult Disney World are closed down,” Bryan Casey told me recently by phone from The Villages, Florida, one of the country’s largest retirement communities.
  3. Officers who have 10 or years or less until retirement will likely stay.
  4. In the same way that you and I have to make sure that we are spending within our budget and we are saving for retirement, a company has to be equally responsible.
  5. Margaret, still in the retirement community nearby, can’t help him, nor can their four kids and eight grandchildren.
  6. He went on to be a star on the international circuit all the way until his retirement in 2013.
  7. Five days later authorities were able to match a fingerprint at the post office to Wilson sending him to an early retirement.
  8. When most of us think of the premier retirement destination for unrepentant Nazis, our minds immediately turn to South America.
  9. And think of the De Robertis family enjoying their hard-earned retirement.
  10. About a week later, Wolfinger announced his retirement after 27 years in office.
  11. I may be tempted to postpone my retirement, and for a while longer to continue to gather the golden harvest that ripens round me.
  12. Never had the genius of the Marshal stood higher than in this difficult retirement from Portugal.
  13. And now commenced a life of seclusion and retirement, which both of them enjoyed from its very novelty.
  14. A pension encourages earlier retirement from work, quickens promotion, and vitalises the whole service.
  15. On nearly all railways retirement is optional at sixty and compulsory at sixty-five.