retiré

[ French ruh-tee-rey ]
/ French rə tiˈreɪ /

noun, plural re·ti·rés [French ruh-tee-rey] /French rə tiˈreɪ/. Ballet.

a movement in which the dancer brings one foot to the knee of the supporting leg and then returns it to the fifth position.

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Origin of retiré

< French, past participle of retirer to retire
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British Dictionary definitions for retiré

retire
/ (rɪˈtaɪə) /

verb (mainly intr)

Derived forms of retire

retirer, noun

Word Origin for retire

C16: from French retirer, from Old French re- + tirer to pull, draw
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