a pensioner is a person, who is not predominantly gainfully employed any more and their living costs from a pension, thus a legal or private insurance benefit, denies.

In Austria one calls a pensioner pensionist.

Pensioners resemble pensioners. They receive a pension instead of a pension, thus a usually national supplying achievement, which is not based on before deposited contributions, but a continuation of earlier salary payments is. The practical differences between pensioners and pensioners are small. Generally linguistic usage is not differentiated sharply between both.

Persons, who live on their saved fortune, applynot as pensioners.

One calls a person, who lives on regular payments from capital put on or the farm lease of country, annuitant.

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