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retire

v. 1) to stop working at one's occupation. 2) to pay off a promissory note, and thus "retire" the loan. 3) for a jury to go into the jury room to decide on a verdict after all evidence, argument and jury instructions have been completed.

retire

(Conclude a career), verb abdicate, demit, drop out, give notice, give up office, give up work, leave, quit, relinquish, resign, stand aside, take leave, tender one's ressgnation, vacate

retire

(Retreat), verb abandon, abire, concedere, depart, discharge, fall back, go back, leave, part, recedere, remove, retrocede, seclude oneself, sepaaate oneself, shelve, take leave, turn in, vacate, withdraw
See also: abandon, demit, depart, discharge, discontinue, dislodge, dismiss, ebb, evacuate, flee, leave, part, quit, recess, rest, retreat, secede, seclude, sequester, superannuate, supplant, withdraw
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During the meeting it was also reviewed that how many KMC and DMCs employees will retire in near future and how much funds will be required.
Most Want to Retire Before Social Security's Full-Benefits Age of 67
The Prudential study also found that 28 per cent of women planning to retire this year have no savings in private or company individual pension schemes compared with just 10 per cent of men.
In another case study, sole practitioner John Smith, who had $150,000 in annual fees and wanted to retire in four years, structured a similar two-stage deal.
Since the late 1970's the average age of retirement in Canada declined from 65 years of age to 61 years, but the boomers appear to be prepared to buck that trend with there being a wide variation in the age at which Canadians plan to retire.
THE TRANSITION TO retirement is particularly stressful, especially when one spouse retires before the other, says a new study.
In the fall of 1999, if you were eligible to retire after 30 years, you'd get a $25,000 cash incentive to retire early.
They said,`If you retire early, you can keep your insurance,'" recalls William McKenna, a retiree from the company.
If the employment/retirement pattern of this University's graduates continues, there could be a corresponding decrease in the number of alumni who retire for health reasons in the future.
ISLAMABAD -- Thirty-four officers of the Police Service of Pakistan who are serving across the country will retire from their services in 2018, Establishment Division issued a notification in this regard on Monday.
Synopsis: Thirty-seven percent of nonretired Americans say they expect to retire after age 65, similar to percentages for the past several years.
ISLAMABAD, December 29, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Half of senators including 20 Senators from Pakistan Muslim League and 30 from other parties would retire in March after completing their tenure.