the act of retiring, withdrawing, or leaving; the state of being retired.
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.
the portion of a person’s life during which a person is retired:
What will you do in retirement?
a pension or other income on which a retired person lives:
His retirement is barely enough to pay the rent.
removal of something from service or use:
retirement of the space shuttle fleet.
withdrawal of a jury from a courtroom to deliberate in private on a verdict.
orderly withdrawal of a military force, according to plan, without pressure from the enemy.
withdrawal of securities from the market by a corporation, as through payment at maturity, repurchase, or exchange.
withdrawal into privacy or seclusion.
privacy or seclusion.
a private or secluded place.
noting or pertaining to retirement:
the act of retiring from one’s work, office, etc
(as modifier): retirement age
the period of being retired from work: she had many plans for her retirement
seclusion from the world; privacy
the act of going away or retreating
noun 1. a group of houses in a suburban area or a town designed primarily for retired persons.
- Retirement pension
noun 1. a pension given to a person who has retired from regular employment, whether paid by the state, arising from the person’s former employment, or the product of investment in a personal or stakeholder pension scheme
noun 1. a systematic plan made and kept by an individual for setting aside income for his or her future retirement. 2. pension plan (def 1).
- Retirement relief
noun 1. (formerly, in Britain) relief from capital-gains tax given to people at or over 50 when disposing of business assets