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English-German translation for: retire
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Dictionary English German: retire

Translation 1 - 49 of 49

English German
VERB  to retire | retired | retired ... 
SYNO   to retire | to withdraw | to strike out ... 
to retire [from employment]
ausscheiden [in Rente, Pension gehen]
to retire
sports to retire
sports to retire
aufstecken [ugs.] [aufgeben]
jobs to retire sb.
jdn. pensionieren [österr.] [Rentner und Beamte]
to retirein Pension gehen [bes. österr.]
jobs to retirein Rente gehen
to retireaus dem Dienst ausscheiden
jobs to retirein (den) Ruhestand gehen
jobs to retirein den Ruhestand treten
to retiresich aus dem Berufsleben zurückziehen
to retire [from work]sich zur Ruhe setzen [Redewendung]
to retire [go to bed]zu Bett gehen
to retire [to another place]sich zurückziehen [an einen anderen Ort]
jobs to retire sb.jdn. (in den Ruhestand) verabschieden
to retire sb./sth.jdn./etw. in Rente schicken [ugs.]
to retire sth.etw. außer Dienst stellen
acc. fin. to retire sth. [pay a debt in full]etw.Akk. tilgen [durch Zurückzahlen beseitigen]
2 Words: Verbs
to retire earlyfrüh in Pension gehen
to retire earlyin den Vorruhestand gehen
to retire earlyvorzeitig in Rente gehen
to retire earlyvorzeitig in Ruhestand gehen
to retire earlysich jung zur Ruhe setzen
to retire early [go to bed]beizeiten schlafen gehen
to retire youngsich jung zur Ruhe setzen
3 Words: Verbs
to retire (to bed)zur Ruhe gehen
to retire (to bed)sich zur Ruhe begeben [geh.] [zu Bett gehen]
to retire (to bed)sich in seine Gemächer zurückziehen [hum.] [schlafen gehen]
fin. to retire a bondeine Schuldverschreibung tilgen
idiom law to retire for deliberationsich zur Beratung zurückziehen
to retire from businesssich aus dem Geschäft zurückziehen
to retire from businesssich aus dem Geschäftsleben zurückziehen
jobs to retire from officeaus dem Amt scheiden
to retire from officesich vom / von seinem Amt zurückziehen
to retire from serviceaus dem Dienst ausscheiden
4 Words: Verbs
mus. to retire as a singerzu singen aufhören [die Karriere als Sänger bzw. Sängerin beenden]
to retire from a companyaus einem Unternehmen ausscheiden
to retire from a partnershipsich aus einer Partnerschaft lösen
jobs to retire from a serviceaus dem Dienst scheiden
to retire from active lifesich aus dem aktiven Leben zurückziehen
to retire from public lifesich aufs Altenteil setzen [Redewendung]
to retire from public lifesich aus dem öffentlichen Leben zurückziehen
to retire from the worldsich von der Welt zurückziehen
idiom to retire into one's shellsich in sein Schneckenhaus zurückziehen
to retire into private lifesich ins Privatleben zurückziehen
to retire on a pensionsich berenten lassen
to retire sb. on a pensionjdn. berenten
5+ Words: Others
He has decided to retire.Er hat sich entschlossen, sich zurückzuziehen.
5+ Words: Verbs
to retire at the end of the yearzum Jahresende in Pension gehen
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A 2019-04-12: Please enter vocab into dict.cc — +jdn verrenten > retire sb+
A 2019-04-12: Thus, properly speaking, +verrenten+ > retire sb
A 2018-09-29: Sorry to see Wenz retire
Q 2016-07-21: check retire pres
A 2016-03-15: space to retire .....
A 2013-09-03: to retire
Q 2013-09-03: to "retire" a husband
Q 2012-03-17: to retire rich
A 2012-01-20: Not sure if this helps. But If you retire early in the U.S., that's what h...
A 2011-02-03: It's not necessary - Didn't he retire three years ago?
Q 2009-06-20: Kann mir jemand den Unterschied zwischen retire from und resign from erklären
Q 2009-05-28: to retire a file
Q 2009-01-19: "...and retire with a bundle."
A 2008-01-05: retire
A 2006-10-23: I'm going to reTIRE after this
A 2006-01-23: in order to retire / withdraw into the larder / pantry vault adjoining the...
Q 2005-05-23: to retire

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