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Detailed Translations for retire from English to Spanish

retire:

Conjugations for retire:

present
  1. retire
  2. retire
  3. retires
  4. retire
  5. retire
  6. retire
simple past
  1. retired
  2. retired
  3. retired
  4. retired
  5. retired
  6. retired
present perfect
  1. have retired
  2. have retired
  3. has retired
  4. have retired
  5. have retired
  6. have retired
past continuous
  1. was retiring
  2. were retiring
  3. was retiring
  4. were retiring
  5. were retiring
  6. were retiring
future
  1. shall retire
  2. will retire
  3. will retire
  4. shall retire
  5. will retire
  6. will retire
continuous present
  1. am retiring
  2. are retiring
  3. is retiring
  4. are retiring
  5. are retiring
  6. are retiring
subjunctive
  1. be retired
  2. be retired
  3. be retired
  4. be retired
  5. be retired
  6. be retired
diverse
  1. retire!
  2. let's retire!
  3. retired
  4. retiring
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

retire [the ~] noun

  1. the retire (resignation; leaving)
    la dimisión; el cese; la baja

Translation Matrix for retire:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
baja leaving; resignation; retire caving in; collapse; collapsing; cut; decline; deduction; defection; deflation; dejection; depression; deregistration; discount; drop in price; fall; fall in price; falling down; landing; low pressure area; malaise; price cut; price reduction; rebate; recession; relapse; resignation; sagging; slump
cese leaving; resignation; retire
dejar abandoning; dropping the subject; leaving; putting down
dimisión leaving; resignation; retire resignation; resigning; retiring
marcharse breaking apart; breaking up; taking down; tearing down
retirar call back; recall
salir depart; leave; leaving
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
abandonar abandon; depart from; leave; retire; secede from; withdraw abandon; cease; crib; declare; depart; desert; die; dismiss; drop; drop out; enlist; enrol; enroll; expire; get undone; give; give up; grease; leave; leave for; pass away; pull out; quit; register; rub in; sail; set out; smear; start; stop; subscribe; take off; travel; unpick; untie
cesar abandon; abdicate; depart from; fetch back; leave; pull back; resign; resign from; retire; retrieve; secede from; withdraw bring to a halt; bring to a standstill; halt; hold up; keep up; put to a stop; stem; stop
dejar abandon; depart from; leave; retire; secede from; withdraw abandon; allow; cease; desert; desist from; disregard; drop; drop off somewhere; drop out; dump; get undone; hold up; ignore; keep up; leave; leave behind; let free; let go; liberate; neglect; omit; pull out; put down; put someone off; quit; release; set at liberty; set free; unpick; untie
dimitir abdicate; come to a halt; fetch back; pull back; resign; resign from; retire; retrieve; secede from; slow down; withdraw
dimitir del cargo abdicate; fetch back; pull back; resign; resign from; retire; retrieve; secede from; withdraw
irse abandon; depart from; leave; retire; secede from; withdraw be off; break away from; break up; clear off; depart; desert; do a moonlight flit; go; go away; go with the wind; grease; leave; leave for; rub in; run away; run off; sail; set out; smear; start; take off; travel; walk away; walk off; walk out
jubilar pension; pension off; retire
jubilarse pension; pension off; retire
marcharse abandon; depart from; leave; retire; secede from; withdraw be off; begin; break away from; break up; clear off; depart; desert; do a moonlight flit; duck out; enter into; go; go away; go with the wind; grease; leave; leave for; make a duck; rub in; run away; run off; sail; set out; slip quietly into the night; smear; squeeze out of it; start; take off; take on; travel; walk away; walk off; walk out
presentar la dimisión come to a halt; resign; retire; slow down; withdraw
retirar abdicate; fetch back; pull back; resign; resign from; retire; retrieve; secede from; withdraw collect; come round for; fetch; leave; pick up; revoke; take; take along; take away
retirarse abandon; abdicate; come to a halt; depart from; fetch back; leave; pull back; resign; resign from; retire; retrieve; secede from; slow down; withdraw disconnect; draw back; drop out; get undone; pull back; pull out; quit; recoil; recoil from; shrink; shrink back; stand back; step back; uncouple; unpick; untie; withdraw
retroceder abdicate; come to a halt; fetch back; pull back; resign; resign from; retire; retrieve; secede from; slow down; withdraw backtrack; double back; draw back; pull back; recoil; recoil from; shrink; shrink back; stand back; step back; turn back; withdraw
salir abandon; depart from; leave; retire; secede from; withdraw be all right; be fit; be freed from; be fulfilled; be liberated; be off; be on the razzle; be on the spree; be right; be suitable; befit; break away; break away from; break up; clear off; come out; come true; defect; depart; desert; do a moonlight flit; drive to the end; drive to the finish; drop out; elude; end; escape; excerpt; exit; extract; fall vacant; feast; finish the race; get away; get off; get out; get undone; go; go away; go out; go with the wind; going out; grease; hike; jut out; leave; leave for; pull out; quit; revel; ride out; ride to the end; ride to the finish; rub in; run away; run off; sail; set out; smear; stand in front; start; step out; suit; take off; travel; travel about; unpick; untie; walk away; walk off; walk out
- adjourn; draw back; move back; pull away; pull back; put out; recede; retreat; strike out; withdraw
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
salir issue
- leave; withdraw

Synonyms for "retire":


Antonyms for "retire":


Related Definitions for "retire":

  1. cause to get out1
    • The pitcher retired three batters1
  2. cause to be out on a fielding play1
  3. lose interest1
    • he retired from life when his wife died1
  4. pull back or move away or backward1
  5. dispose of (something no longer useful or needed)1
    • She finally retired that old coat1
  6. go into retirement; stop performing one's work or withdraw from one's position1
    • He retired at age 681
  7. withdraw from active participation1
    • He retired from chess1
  8. make (someone) retire1
    • The director was retired after the scandal1
  9. break from a meeting or gathering1
    • The men retired to the library1
  10. withdraw from circulation or from the market, as of bills, shares, and bonds1

Wiktionary Translations for retire:

retire
verb
  1. To withdraw from a public station, from working, or from business

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
retire abandonar abandonner — Ne plus vouloir de quelque chose ou de quelqu’un.



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