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Meanings of "retire" in Spanish English Dictionary : 51 result(s)

English Spanish
Common
retire recogerse [v]
retire retirar [v]
retire jubilarse [v]
General
retire abandonar [v]
retire retirarse [v]
retire encerrarse [v]
retire retroceder [v]
retire pensionar [v] CR EC
retire acortarse [v]
retire desgarrarse [v]
retire quitar [v]
retire retraerse [v]
retire recogerse [v]
retire salir [v]
retire substraerse [v]
retire irse a acostar [v]
retire volver atrás [v]
retire separarse [v]
retire dejar un empleo [v]
retire refugiarse [v]
retire separar [v]
retire apartar [v]
retire apartarse [v]
Idioms
retire cortarse la coleta [v]
retire entregar los caites [v] HN
Colloquial
retire entregar los caites [v] HN
Slang
retire irse a dormir [v]
retire irse a la cama [v]
retire retirarse a dormir [v]
retire acostarse [v]
retire tanchearse [v] SV delinq.
Business
retire retirarse [v]
retire jubilar [v]
retire jubilarse [v]
retire retirar [v]
retire redimir [v]
Law
retire pensionar [v]
retire redimir [v]
Engineering
retire retraerse [v]
Geology
retire retirar [v]
Technical
retire calzar de nuevo [v]
retire dimitir [v]
retire retirar de la circulación [v]
retire reembolsar [v]
retire batirse en retirada [v]
retire replegar [v]
Military
retire pasar al retiro [v]
Archaic
retire retiro [m]
Baseball
retire jubilar [v]
retire retirar [v]
retire retirar a [v]

Meanings of "retire" in English Spanish Dictionary : 4 result(s)

Spanish English
Common
retire [v] second-person singular formal present subjunctive of retirar
retire [v] second-person singular formal imperative of retirar
retire [v] third-person singular present subjunctive of retirar
retire [v] first-person singular present subjunctive of retirar

Meanings of "retire" with other terms in English Spanish Dictionary : 42 result(s)

English Spanish
General
retire from retirarse de [v]
retire from apartarse de [v]
retire from football colgar las botas [v]
retire from boxing colgar los guantes [v]
retire early jubilarse anticipadamente [v]
retire early prejubilar [v]
retire back culipandear [v] CU HN VE
retire from the world arrinconarse [v]
retire into the depths of a forest emboscarse [v]
retire into one's shell enconcharse [v]
retire to a forest enselvarse [v]
retire from active life retirarse [v]
retire from business retirarse de los negocios [v]
Idioms
retire into one's shell ensimismarse [v]
retire into one's shell meterse en su concha [v]
retire into one's shell meterse en su cascarón [v]
retire into one's shell meterse en su carapacho [v]
retire into one's shell meterse en su concha [v]
retire from the army colgar el uniforme [v]
retire into one's shell encerrarse en sí mismo [v]
retire (job/sport) colgar los botines [v] BO AR UY
retire from a sport or professional activity colgar los chimpunes [v] PE
retire from playing soccer colgar los guayos [v] CO
retire from playing soccer colgar los tacos [v] SV CR
retire or leave one's profession colgar los tenis [v] HN
Speaking
when will you retire? ¿cuándo te vas a jubilar?
when will you retire? ¿cuándo te vas a retirar?
Phrasals
retire on something jubilarse [v]
retire on something retirarse [v]
retire on something jubilarse por cierta cantidad de dinero [v]
retire someone (from) retirar a alguien de [v]
retire someone (from) jubilar a alguien de [v]
Colloquial
retire away from others agacharse [v] rare
Business
retire (from one's job) jubilarse [v]
retire with a pension jubilarse [v]
Law
retire with a pension jubilarse [v]
Technical
retire bonds amortizar bonos [v]
retire a debt cancelar una deuda [v]
retire a mortgage cancelar una hipoteca [v]
Aeronautics
retire to staging area (rsa) rodar a zona de estacionamiento
retire to staging area apartarse a zona de estacionamiento
Baseball
retire from baseball (athlete) colgar la manilla [v] PA