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retire

US [rɪˈtaɪr]
UK [rɪˈtaɪə(r)]
  • n.退隐;【军】退兵信号;〈罕〉退隐所
  • v.(令)退职;(使)退休;(因伤)退出(比赛等)
  • Web退役;就寝;撤退
Simple Present:retires  Present Participle:retiring  Past Tense:retired  
retire
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v.
工作from job
1.
[i][t]
(令)退职;(使)退休to stop doing your job, especially because you have reached a particular age or because you are ill/sick; to tell sb they must stop doing their job
She was forced to retire early from teaching because of ill health.
她由于身体不好而被迫早早地从教学岗位上退休。
The company's official retiring age is 65.
公司正式的退休年龄为 65 岁。
My dream is to retire to a villa in France.
我的梦想是退休后在法国住上一栋别墅。
He has no plans to retire as editor of the magazine.
他还不打算从杂志主编的位子上退休。
She was retired on medical grounds.
她由于健康原因被安排退休了。
体育运动in sport
2.
[i]
(因伤)退出(比赛等)to stop competing during a game, race, etc., usually because you are injured
She fell badly, spraining her ankle, and had to retire.
她摔得很重,扭伤了脚踝,只好退出比赛。
He retired hurt in the first five minutes of the game.
比赛才开始五分钟,他就因伤退场。
地点from/to a place
3.
[i]
离开(尤指去僻静处)to leave a place, especially to go somewhere quieter or more private
The jury retired to consider the evidence.
陪审团退庭对证据进行评判。
After dinner he likes to retire to his study.
晚饭后,他喜欢躲到书房里去。
军队of army
4.
[i]
撤离,撤退(以进行休整)to move back from a battle in order to organize your soldiers in a different way
睡觉go to bed
5.
[i]
睡觉;就寝to go to bed
I retired late that evening.
那天晚上我睡得晚。
棒球in baseball
6.
[t]
~ sb
使(击球员、击球方)出局to make a player or team have to stop their turn at batting
He retired twelve batters in a row.
他一连使十二个击球手出局。

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