Definitions for "Retired"
Withdrawn from active duty or business; as, a retired officer; a retired physician.
Clients who are of legal age, stopped working and have withdrawn from one's occupation.
honorably retired from assigned duties and retaining your title along with the additional title `emeritus' as in `professor emeritus'; `retired from assigned duties' need not imply that one is inactive
Died. For some strange reason, the X series refuses the use the word “dead” but instead goes around saying things like “Mavericks are retiring Reploids!” Maybe they are trying to point out that Reploids can’t “die” in the human sense of the word (supposedly), but wouldn’t “destroyed” be a little more accurate of a description
A lighthouse is retired when the full edition size has been ordered by retail dealers. It does not mean that all of the production run has been shipped to dealers yet -- or even manufactured. The master mold is broken only after the full production run has been made and shipped to dealers. To view images of all retired Harbour Lights lighthouses. click here.
A figurine that has been permanently removed from production. The molds are broken and the figurine is never produced again.
Keywords:  secluded, quiet, habits, private, life
Private; secluded; quiet; as, a retired life; a person of retired habits.
The case can be brought up within the next year if the individual is arrested for anything. It is the judge's decision and only he can take action. If the individual remains "clean," then the case can be dismissed.
Keywords:  trenches, rest, break
Given a break, a rest from being in the trenches.
Keywords:  struck, batter, strike, missed, team
A batter that has been struck out (missed the ball or called strike). Also a team is considered 'retired' when they have reached their 3 out maximum.
The member has retired. The teacher may not teach in publicly funded schools. The effective date is the date the College received the notice.
Keywords:  bat, fanned, tagged, continue, run
not allowed to continue to bat or run; "he was tagged out at second on a close play"; "he fanned out"