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So Stoner bashers come out of the woodwork and try to rewrite the English language! Here is the definition of the two words from the oldest dictionary in the world. The Oxford. Definition of quit, verb: Informal resign from (a job). she quit her job in a pizza restaurant. he quit as manager of the struggling Third Division team. Definition of retire. verb. leave one’s job and cease to work, typically on reaching the normal age for leaving service. he retired from the Navy in 1986. (of a player) cease to participate in competitive sport. he retired from football several years ago. So there we have it in plain English. He did not leave before his contract was finished and he informed his employer via the proper procedures so it was not informal. He retired from the professional sport. Now stop trying to change the language!