retired

Retired vs Fired - What's the difference?

retired | fired |


As adjectives the difference between retired and fired

is that retired is secluded from society (of a lifestyle, activity etc); private, quiet while fired is let go from a job.

As verbs the difference between retired and fired

is that retired is (retire) while fired is (fire).

Retired vs Nonretired - What's the difference?

retired | nonretired |


As adjectives the difference between retired and nonretired

is that retired is secluded from society (of a lifestyle, activity etc); private, quiet while nonretired is not retired.

As a verb retired

is (retire).

Retired vs Unretired - What's the difference?

retired | unretired |


As adjectives the difference between retired and unretired

is that retired is secluded from society (of a lifestyle, activity etc); private, quiet while unretired is not retired; still working.

As a verb retired

is (retire).

Retired vs Obsolete - What's the difference?

retired | obsolete |


As adjectives the difference between retired and obsolete

is that retired is secluded from society (of a lifestyle, activity etc); private, quiet while obsolete is no longer in use; gone into disuse; disused or neglected (often by preference for something newer, which replaces the subject).

As verbs the difference between retired and obsolete

is that retired is (retire) while obsolete is (us)[http://oxforddictionariescom/definition/obsolete oxford dictionary] to cause to become obsolete.

Retired vs Semiretired - What's the difference?

retired | semiretired |


As adjectives the difference between retired and semiretired

is that retired is secluded from society (of a lifestyle, activity etc); private, quiet while semiretired is partially retired; working part time, and/or not yet receiving pension benefits nor drawing down retirement savings.

As a verb retired

is (retire).

Retired vs Oyakata - What's the difference?

retired | oyakata |


As a adjective retired

is secluded from society (of a lifestyle, activity etc); private, quiet.

As a verb retired

is (retire).

As a noun oyakata is

(sumo) retired rikishi who have reached a certain standing; they either become shisho or help train in others' heya.

Retired vs Retirement - What's the difference?

retired | retirement |


As a adjective retired

is secluded from society (of a lifestyle, activity etc); private, quiet.

As a verb retired

is (retire).

As a noun retirement is

an act of retiring; withdrawal.

Pensionable vs Retired - What's the difference?

pensionable | retired |


As adjectives the difference between pensionable and retired

is that pensionable is that qualifies to receive a pension while retired is secluded from society (of a lifestyle, activity etc); private, quiet.

As a verb retired is

(retire).

Employment vs Retired - What's the difference?

employment | retired |


As a noun employment

is a use, purpose.

As a adjective retired is

secluded from society (of a lifestyle, activity etc); private, quiet.

As a verb retired is

(retire).

Secluded vs Retired - What's the difference?

secluded | retired |


As adjectives the difference between secluded and retired

is that secluded is hidden, isolated, remote while retired is secluded from society (of a lifestyle, activity etc); private, quiet.

As verbs the difference between secluded and retired

is that secluded is (seclude) while retired is (retire).

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