HyperDic: jubilar

Español > 8 sentidos de la palabra jubilar:
VERBOmotionjubilar, alejarse, retirarse, retirar, retroceder, suprimirpull back or move away or backward
socialjubilar, jubilarsego into retirement
socialjubilar, retirarse, retirar, suprimirwithdraw from active participation
possessionjubilar, pensionargrant a pension to
socialjubilar, pensionarlet go from employment with an attractive pension
socialjubilar, dar la invalidezretire and pension (someone) because of age or physical inability
socialjubilar, volver a casarsecelebrate a jubilee
possessionjubilar, retirardispose of (something no longer useful or needed)
Español > jubilar: 8 sentidos > verbo 1, motion
Sentidopull back or move away or backward.
Sinónimosalejarse, retirarse, retirar, retroceder, suprimir
Específicoalejarse, apartarsemove back and away from
retrocederMove back / back
Generalacudir, desplazarse, ir, moverse, mover, viajarchange location
Tambiénacudir, desplazarse, ir, moverse, mover, viajarchange location
Contrarioadentrarse, anticipar, avanzarse, avanzar, internarseMove forward, also in the metaphorical sense
Similarrecular, retirarse, retirar, suprimirmake a retreat from an earlier commitment or activity
Ingléswithdraw, retreat, pull away, draw back, recede, pull back, retire, move back
Catalánallunyar-se, apartar-se, jubilar, retirar-se, retirar, retrocedir, suprimir
NombresrecesiónThe act of becoming more distant
retiradaThe act of withdrawing
Español > jubilar: 8 sentidos > verbo 2, social
Sentidogo into retirement; stop performing one's work or withdraw from one's position.
Sinónimojubilarse
Causado porjubilar, pensionarlet go from employment with an attractive pension
retirarse, retirarmake (someone) retire
Específicoretirarse dignamente, retirarseRetire gracefully
Generaldejar, dimitir, renunciar, resignarGive up or retire from a position
Inglésretire
Catalánjubilar
Nombresjubilación, retirada, retiroThe state of being retired from one's business or occupation
jubilado, retiradosomeone who has retired from active working
retirada, retiroWithdrawal from your position or occupation
Español > jubilar: 8 sentidos > verbo 3, social
SentidoWithdraw from active participation.
Sinónimosretirarse, retirar, suprimir
Generalacabar, cesar, dejar, descatalogar, descontinuar, discontinuar, parar, terminarput an end to a state or an activity
SimilarretirarseLose interest
retirarse dignamente, retirarseRetire gracefully
Inglésretire, withdraw
Catalánjubilar, retirar, suprimir
Nombresjubilado, retiradosomeone who has retired from active working
retirada, retiroWithdrawal from your position or occupation
retiro, secesiónformal separation from an alliance or federation / federation
Español > jubilar: 8 sentidos > verbo 4, possession
Sentidogrant a pension to.
Sinónimopensionar
Generaladjudicar, conceder, conferir, otorgar, premiarGive as judged due or on the basis of merit
Ingléspension, pension off
Nombresjubilación, juro, pensión, retiroA regular payment to a person that is intended to allow them to subsist without working
jubilado, pensionistaThe beneficiary of a pension fund
Español > jubilar: 8 sentidos > verbo 5, social
Sentidolet go from employment with an attractive pension.
Sinónimopensionar
Causa dejubilarse, jubilargo into retirement
Generaldar aviso, dejar cesante, despachar, despedir, destituir, echar, exonerar, finiquitar, poderTerminate the employment of
Ingléspension off
Catalánjubilar
Español > jubilar: 8 sentidos > verbo 6, social
SentidoRetire and pension (someone) because of age or physical inability.
Sinónimodar la invalidez
Generalretirarse, retirarmake (someone) retire
Ingléssuperannuate
Catalándonar una invalidesa, jubilar
Español > jubilar: 8 sentidos > verbo 7, social
Sentidocelebrate a jubilee.
Sinónimovolver a casarse
Generalagasajar, celebrar, festejarHave a celebration
Inglésjubilate
Nombrescelebración, fiestaA joyful / joyful occasion for special festivities to mark some happy event
jubileoA special anniversary (or the celebration of it)
Español > jubilar: 8 sentidos > verbo 8, possession
Sentidodispose of (something no longer useful or needed).
Sinónimoretirar
Generalarrojar, botar, descartar, desechar, deshacerse, echar, expulsar, naufragar, olvidar, tirarthrow or cast away
Inglésretire
Catalánjubilar, retirar

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