定年, 停年, ていねん

  • teinen
JLPT 1

Definition of 定年,停年,ていねん

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • retirement age

  • years of service in a military rank before eligibility for promotion

Examples of 定年,停年,ていねん in a Sentence

定年まで大過なく勤めあげた
He served without any serious errors until he reached retirement age.
は60歳のとき定年会社を辞めた
He retired from the company at the age of 60.
I have three years left until retirement.
が1998になるときは、その大学へ30勤めたことになる
When I reach retirement age in 1998, I will have worked for the college for thirty years.
Such a judge should retire from his job before retirement age.
The stock market crash forced many retirees back into the job market.
会社は60歳が定年ある。
At our company, the retirement age is 60.
By the time he retires my father will have worked for almost thirty years.
His life after retirement was unhappy.
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