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    I'm uncertain about the tense and the idiom of the ironical use of the word "retired" in the sense of "done away with" in the phrase "retired with prejudice". In other words, how might a Spanish speaker say "he had to be retired with prejudice"?

    This phrase occurs in a novel.

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    Default Re: ironical used of word retired

    Hi there,

    Could you give us a little bit more context? I cant make what it means.

    J.

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    Default Re: ironical used of word retired

    It seems to mean "El tuvo que deshacerse de sus prejuicios"; but as joselas posted before, we would appreciate a bit more context.

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