"Retire"

"Retire"

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February 15, 2011

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    If I say that I ought to be prepared to do it, that is, I ought to have the money and to retire from the army.

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    retire (in) to something. to quit working and move into something or some place. Sam and Ella retired into a Florida condo. Joe did not want to retire to Florida.

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