Synonyms of retire in English:

retire


See definition of retire

verb

1‘he retired two years ago’

SYNONYMS
give up work, stop working, stop work
reach retirement age

2‘we've retired him on full pension’

SYNONYMS
pension off, force to retire, force to give up work
informal put out to grass

3‘Gillian retired to her own office’

SYNONYMS
go off, withdraw, go away, go out, exit, make an exit, take oneself off, depart, decamp, adjourn, leave for
shut oneself away in, absent oneself
literary betake oneself
formal repair

4‘every diplomatic effort was made to get him and his army to retire’

SYNONYMS
retreat, withdraw, pull back, fall back, pull out, disengage, back off, give way, give ground, flee, take flight, turn tail, beat a retreat, beat a hasty retreat
ANTONYMS

advance

5‘everyone retired early that night’

SYNONYMS
go to bed, go to one's room, call it a day, go to sleep
informal turn in, hit the hay, hit the sack