- retiralmeaning ‘retirement from office’, is largely confined to Scottish use:
• There is also a huge group of doctors who are on the verge of retiral or resignation, and are simply hanging on to see if this new contract will deliver improvements —Scotland on Sunday, 2003.
Modern English usage. 2014.
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retiral — noun a) withdrawal, retreat b) retirement … Wiktionary
retiral — [rɪ tʌɪr(ə)l] noun Scottish a person s retirement from a job or office … English new terms dictionary
retiral — re·tir·al … English syllables
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