no longer active in your work or profession
Secluded from society (of a lifestyle, activity etc.); private, quiet.
Of a place: far from civilisation, not able to be easily seen or accessed; secluded.
That has left employment (of a person), especially on reaching pensionable age.
The retired workers are a major expense due to their pensions.
private; secluded; quiet; as, a retired life; a person of retired habits
withdrawn from active duty or business; as, a retired officer; a retired physician
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Rank popularity for the word 'retired' in Written Corpus Frequency: #2967
Rank popularity for the word 'retired' in Adjectives Frequency: #1001
The numerical value of retired in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of retired in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Examples of retired in a Sentence
Love never become, tired and retired; otherwise, it stays out of the truth and reality.
It was actually created by a retired sheriff officer. He did not like the fact that people were being shot when the officers do have time (to consider options) but they had no other option in lethal force, so this product gives the officer another option in that scenario when it's not reactive, and they do have the time to put it on.
So many years of sacrifice, it has cost me so much to make my house and now that I´m retired, I have no way of making it back, i have polio, I cannot stand for a long time, or sit for a long time either as I have osteoporosis in my hips, knees and feet. We are sleeping in a bathroom right now, it´s terrible.
According to The GBGB, roughly a quarter of the dogs were given new homes and 60 percent were taken into a greyhound charity. Trudy Baker, coordinator of Greyt Exploitations, a nonprofit aimed to protect greyhounds, says even when the dogs were retired, they stayed in a dangerous environment. VOLUNTEERS WORK TO RESCUE MORE THAN 500 GREYHOUNDS SET FOR CHINESE MEAT MARKET The truth is hundreds of dogs listed as retired by The GBGB still remain in a commercial environment, confined to trainers kennels that have failed to comply with an agreed British Standard Institute specification, either used for breeding, forced to routinely donate blood or simply awaiting rehoming, Trudy Baker said.No amount of ineffective window dressing welfare commitments will address the suffering and deaths of thousands of dogs racing on dangerously configured tracks. Mark Bird, the managing director at The GBGB, says the industry needs increased and sustained funding to allow welfare programs to flourish for the greyhounds. For others, transparency is key to helping the greyhounds. Transparency is key to understanding how we can improve welfare standards... We want more greyhounds to find new homes and to enjoy a healthy retirement when they leave the sport.
I'm sure the players that retired... this tournament has a special place in players' careers. In this sport, there's so much weight behind it and significance about it.
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