retirement


retirement
re|tire|ment [ rı`taırmənt ] noun count or uncount *
the time when you stop working, especially because you have reached the age when you are officially too old to work, or the act of doing this:
I am now approaching retirement.
an increase in retirements due to illness
retirement from: She said her retirement from politics was premature.
take retirement: Bob plans to take retirement at age 50.
a. the time when you stop playing sport as a professional player because you are too old, or the act of doing this
b. the period of your life after your retirement:
Topics include adjusting to retirement, health issues, and opportunities for the future.
come out of retirement: Sebastian Coe will come out of retirement to run the London Marathon.
c. only before noun relating to retirement:
a proposal to raise the retirement age
a retirement pension

Usage of the words and phrases in modern English. 2013.

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