English word "jubilado"(superannuated) occurs in sets:Fichas del libro - "Goya" (Fr. Crastre)Fichas del libro - "A Mock Idyl" (Percy Ross)Fichas del libro - "Vagaries" (Axel Munthe)Fichas del libro - "Typee" (Herman Melville)Fichas del libro - "A Venetian June" (Anna Fuller)
Twenty-five years from now there will be one retired person for each two working.
They have formed their own nationwide association, the American Association of Retired Persons.
I sometimes wish I could live a quiet retired sort of life but I doubt I could stand it for more than a few days.
With the money Mr Johnson had saved, he would be able to live high on the hog when he retired.
The "retired" president of that company runs the whole show from behind the scenes, so the current president is nothing but a figurehead.
He is a retired man who volunteers to entertain patients in hospitals.
My uncle retired from teaching last year, but he still managed to hang onto a position at the university.
Yea... Dima continued, talking mostly to himself. "It's as if the author of my story got into some stupid argument, retired to Fiji, and just left me here to rot."
I asked Adil, and it looks like Teacher Erkin has retired.
Many retired people move to the Sunbelt to enjoy sports such as golf or tennis in a milder climate.
At an Indian wedding at the Phillipine islands the bride retired from the company in order to go down to the river to wash her feet. As she was thus employed an alligator seized her.
That station will be retired as of tomorrow.
My friend is a retired librarian. (Mój przyjaciel jest emerytowanym bibliotekarzem.) We offer discounts for children, students and retired people. (Oferujemy zniżki dla dzieci, studentów oraz osób będących na emeryturze.)
Now that he's retired, Yves can look forward to a contented and placid life.
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