adj having retired from work 退职的; 退休的; 退役的
*a retired Civil Servant 退休的公务员.
having stopped working, usually because of your age
a retired teacher
Both my parents are retired now.
1. Before he retired, Frank was the head of a very large business company, but as a boy he used to work in a small shop. 在退休前，弗兰克是一家非常大的商业公司的经理，但他小时候却在一家小铺里做工。
2. Because I´ve just retired. 因为我刚退休。
3. When he finally retired, he put his plan into effect. 等到终于退休了，他便开始实行这一计划。
4. The king retired to his chamber. 国王回到他的房里休息了。
5. The retired couple lived a life of ease. 这对退休的夫妻过着安逸的生活。
6. The effort to shield assets to be passed on to children and grandchildren is making prenups more common among retired people in their 60s and 70s who are remarrying after a spouse has died. 保护自己的资产，使之能传到儿子和孙子手中，这种努力使婚前契约在已退休并丧偶、又准备再婚的六七十岁的老人当中更为常见。
7. He retired at the age of fifty. 他五十岁时退休了。
8. ´Mr. Lane was defeated in the elections. He has retired from political life and gone to live abroad!´ "莱恩先生在大选中被击败了，他已经退出了政界去国外了！"
9. After he has retired, he will devote himself to gardening. 他退休后，将致力于园艺。
10. After Roosevelt had retired, Churchill raised the question of Poland, illustrating with three matches what he hoped would happen to that country´s borders. 罗斯福离席后，丘吉尔提出了波兰问题。他用三根火柴来举例说明他所希望的这个国家边界会发生的事。