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old-age pension

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Definition of old-age pension in English:

noun

British
Another term for retirement pension.
Example sentences
  • Retirement pensions superseded the old-age pension in 1946 for all except those who had no contribution record after 1946.
  • I have applied for the contributory old-age pension and I may be entitled to a part-pension from social welfare.
  • Her platform focuses on unemployment, the old-age pension, and the insecure economic position of single women and widows.

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