リタイア, 辞める, 下がる, 引き揚げる, 臥せる, 休む, 引退する, 隠居する
Verb(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) withdraw from circulation or from the market, as of bills, shares, and bonds(5) break from a meeting or gathering(6) make (someone(7) dispose of (something no longer useful or needed(8) lose interest(9) cause to be out on a fielding play(10) cause to get out(11) prepare for sleep
(1) he was forced to retire with a damaged oil tank(2) Allies advance in big counter-attack - ├ö├ç├┐French troops had to retire overwhelmed by fumes,├ö├ç├û says Sir J French(3) He competed in four Olympic Games and did not retire from professional athletics until 1995.(4) The great black dragon was forced to retire from the fight.(5) Fixed annuities help stabilize income from investments, and are most commonly used by people who are not fully participating in the workforce, are about to retire or have retired.(6) If they feel it is advantageous for them to retire their current bonds and secure a lower rate by issuing new bonds, they may call their bonds.(7) After the war ended in 1816, these taxes were repealed and instead a high tariff was passed to retire the accumulated war debt.(8) But many students are unable to retire their credit card balances before they enter the working world.(9) he was forced to retire to the bench(10) What's more, she preferred her own bedroom to any other area of the house and would often retire there when visitors arrived.(11) lack of numbers compelled the British force to retire(12) The music started to die down, and the king announced for everyone to retire for the night.(13) lack of numbers compelled the cavalry to retire(14) After three days of courtroom arguments, the 12 men of the jury retire to decide if the boy is guilty beyond reasonable doubt.(15) To the north of Ypres the Germans, by employing a large quantity of asphyxiating bombs, the effect of which was felt for a distance of a mile and a quarter behind our lines, succeeded in forcing us to retire .(16) All competitors please retire with me to the castle, that is all.
1. give up work ::
2. force to retire ::
3. withdraw ::
4. retreat ::
5. go to bed ::
6. strike out ::
8. bed ::
1. arise ::
2. rise ::
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