- vi. 退休；撤退；退却
- 1.According to the new regulations,mining engineers retire at the age of fifty-five.
- 2.I knew when should retire.
- 3.Mike chose to run the empire and I chose to retire.
- 1.go into retirement; stop performing one's work or withdraw from one's position
- 2.withdraw from active participation
- 3.pull back or move away or backward
- 4.move back and away from
- 5.withdraw from circulation or from the market, as of bills, shares, and bonds
- 6.break from a meeting or gathering
- 7.make (someone) retire
- 8.dispose of; as of old clothes
- 9.lose interest
- 10.cause to be out on a fielding play
- 11.cause to retire
- 12.prepare for sleep
- 退休; 告退,离去; 退出 离开; 就寝;
- retire to
- 回房; 回到;
- retire from
- 从……退职、引退、隐居等; 从……退休; 从...退休; 退休;
- retire staff
- retire bill
- 赎票; 赎单，赎票;