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retiral

Line breaks: re|tiral
Pronunciation: /rɪˈtʌɪr(ə)l
 
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Definition of retiral in English:

noun

(In Scotland) a person’s retirement from a job or office: early retiral he worked in this area until his retiral in 1975
More example sentences
  • In rural Scotland the retiral of a sitting MP always creates a vacuum which other political parties rush to fill.
  • The firm of Helen M Nicolson is run by Eddie Nicolson, following the retiral of Helen from the practice earlier this year.
  • This year, Wheeldon made another new piece, After the Rain, to mark the retiral of one of NYCB's best-loved dancers, Jock Soto.

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