retire from (something)

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retire from (something)

To give up, withdraw from, or conclude one's office, profession, or career permanently, as due to one's age or health. I retired from my job when I turned 65, but I've been doing some consulting work for the company in my retirement to earn a little extra money. I retired from boxing years ago. I'm just a coach, now. He was forced to retire from public office after the scandal.
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retire someone or something from something

to take someone or something out of service permanently. The company retired the vice president from the job and gave it to someone else. It is time to retire my automobile from service.
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retire from something

to withdraw from something. (Usually to terminate a working career permanently.) I retired from the company early. When do you intend to retire from your job?
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Organized power of this magnitude hurts pension reform because it makes it much harder for politicians to discriminate between, say, the very real needs of widows retiring from the bottom rungs of government salary scales on the one hand, and on the other, 40-year-old ex-army officers who will collect a second full salary for the next 30 years.
After retiring from the Navy, he was appointed deputy assistant secretary for politico-military affairs in 1989 and served until 1993.