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To gain or regain possession of (something) in exchange for payment
“The disposal of the clan land to strangers without the consent of the clansmen is subject to the fiat that any other clan member can redeem that clan land on payment of the purchase price to the purchaser.”
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To free from the penalties or consequences of sin
“A new female spiritual force to redeem the world.”
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To do what is required by the terms of
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“When independence finally came, in August 1947, Gandhi thought it time to redeem his party's old promise.”
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To cancel out or nullify
“However, neither of these pros are striking enough to redeem the cons.”
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Do something that compensates for poor past performance or behaviour
“Both sides struggled through their groups, but know they can redeem themselves with one huge performance.”
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To compensate for the faults or bad aspects of
“One feature alone redeems the book.”
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To atone or make amends for (sin, error, or evil)
“I would be at her house to act like a servant to redeem my sins.”
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To save (someone) from sin, error, or evil
“Assurance is the calmness that people sense and feel when they know that God has sent Jesus to save us and redeem us.”
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To exchange (a coupon, voucher, or trading stamp) for goods, a discount, or money
“The voucher will be redeemed for one toy.”
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To pay the necessary money to clear (a debt)
“They would pay less each month than with a standard repayment loan, gain free life cover and end up with a lump sum that would redeem the mortgage and leave plenty over for the holiday of their dreams or a brand new top-of-the-range car.”
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To make better in behavior or character
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Make ceremonially clean
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To tell people about (a particular branch of) Christianity, especially in order to convert them
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Compensate, give in return
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Trade in
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Pay the bill for something, typically when the amount is considered large or unreasonable
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To obtain by effort or sacrifice
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To relinquish a self-destructive lifestyle or behavior
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To influence someone with a bribe
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Exchange for real money
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