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retire from

verb

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  1. to give up (a job or office) at the age of 72, she finally retired from the job she had held at the shoe factory for over 50 years Synonyms bag, chuck, leave, resign (from), quit (from), step aside (from), step down (from)Related Words abandon, vacate; drop out (of), throw upNear Antonyms hire (out or on)Antonyms stay (at)


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