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semi-retired

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsemi-retiredˌsemi-reˈtired British English, semiretired American English /ˌsemirɪˈtaɪəd◂ $ -ˈtaɪrd◂/ adjective 🔊 🔊 someone who is semi-retired continues to work, but not for as many hours as they used to, especially because they are getting older and want time to do other things
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semi-retiredMiddle-aged, semi-retired businessmen in provinces such as Manchester or Leicester seemed particularly susceptible to this.The first 15 houses have been occupied, some by executive families, others by retired and semi-retired owners.Early or semi-retired people or housewives looking for a break often welcome a different four walls and a fresh interest.
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