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retired in Employment topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishretiredre‧tired /rɪˈtaɪəd $ -ˈtaɪrd/ ●●○ adjective  BEOLD/NOT NEWhaving stopped working, usually because of your age a retired teacher Both my parents are retired now.
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retiredAunt Pat and Uncle Joe are both retired.The Sutton pupils knew two of them: the retired caretaker of the school and his wife.The ghosts of retired colonels haunt some of Torquay's menus.Our neighbours were an old retired couple.Among those attending was a retired federal judge from Philadelphia named Bennett Mayall.I am a retired Museum Director, an archaeologist and historian.Gooseneck found out about it through a retired old retainer who lived in the area.But, so far, nobody has proved the retired pathologist from suburban Detroit to be a criminal.In marked contrast to this fall amongst younger age groups, the number of retired people had increased by 39 percent.Too often retired people will say that retirement did not turn out to be as they had expected.The company specializes in holidays for retired people.I'm a retired school teacher.Captain Nisbet, a retired soldier, was well known and respected in the Irvine Valley and beyond.