to retire or put out of use due to age
to show to be obsolete due to age
to retire due to age
to become obsolete or antiquated
To give a pension to, on account of old age or other infirmity; to cause to retire from service on a pension.
- (Sir Thomas Browne)
(usually, uncountable, UK, Australia, New Zealand) A retirement benefit fund, an accumulation of regular deductions from one?s wage or salary while employed and similar regular contributions from the employer, usually administered by an independent entity; a pension.
* 1823 , Edmund Burke (editor), Annual Register: 1822 , Volume 64,
* 1840 , John Henry Barrow (editor), The Mirror of Parliament , Volume 4,
- One of the principal objections to it was, that the period of service, after which superannuations were granted, was too limited,.
* 1991 , John Godwin, Michael Costa, Julie Hamblin, Mark Duffy, David Patterson, Australian HIV/AIDS Legal Guide ,
- I think it would be harsh to deprive them of their superannuations without a knowledge of the circumstances under which they are proposed.
* 2010 , Stephen J Marsden, Australian Master Bookkeepers Guide [2009/10] , 3rd Edition,
- A person must not discriminate by failing to supply superannuation' or insurance, or in the terms on which, or in the way in which ' superannuation or insurance is supplied.
(uncountable) The act or process of being superannuated.
- If an entity employs temporary residents who are eligible for the superannuation' guarantee, then the entity is required to make ' superannuation contributions for them.
* (retirement fund) pension, super (colloquial)
* (act of being superannuated) retirement