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retiring
rɪ'taɪərɪŋ
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Reluctant to draw attention to yourself.
  2. Of a person who has held and relinquished a position or office.
  3. Not arrogant or presuming.
Hyphenationre•tir•ing
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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隐退yǐntuìto retire (from society, esp. from politics); to vanish
退休tuìxiūto retire; retirement (from work)
退缩tuìsuōto shrink back; to cower
撤走chèzǒuto retire; to remove; to withdraw; to evacuate
退下tuìxiàto retire; to withdraw; to retreat; to step down
退任tuìrènto retire; to leave one's position
离职lízhíto retire; to leave office; to quit a job
离休líxiūto retire; to leave work and rest (euphemism for compulsory retirement of old cadres)
颐养天年yíyǎng tiānniánto care for oneself for one's allotted life span (idiom); to retire
敛迹liǎnjìto refrain; to give up evil (temporarily); to cover one's traces; to lie low; to retire (from view)
出局chūjúto send off (player for a foul); to knock out (i.e. to beat in a knock-out tournament); to eliminate; to call out; to kill off; to pull out of (a competition); to retire (a runner in baseball); out (i.e. man out in baseball)
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