redeem


redeem
redeem [v1] recover possession buy back, buy off, call in, cash, cash in, change, cover, defray, discharge, exchange, get back, make good, pay off, purchase, ransom, recapture, reclaim, recoup, regain, reinstate, repay, replevin, replevy, repossess, repurchase, restore, retrieve, settle, take in, trade in, win back; concepts 104,131,327 —Ant. forfeit, lose redeem [v2] free; buy the freedom of deliver, disenthrall, disimprison, emancipate, extricate, liberate, loose, manumit, pay ransom, ransom, release, rescue, save, set free, unbind, unchain, unfetter; concepts 127,327 —Ant. abandon, forfeit redeem [v3] atone for; compensate abide by, absolve, acquit, adhere to, balance, carry out, compensate, counterbalance, counterpoise, countervail, defray, discharge, fulfill, hold to, keep, keep the faith*, make amends, make good, make up for, meet, offset, outweigh, perform, redress, rehabilitate, reinstate, restore, satisfy, save, set off; concepts 91,126 —Ant. disregard, ignore

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  • redeem — re·deem /ri dēm/ vt 1 a: repurchase b: to repurchase by right and not on the open market redeem preferred shares 2 a: to free from a lien or pledge usu. by payment of the amount secured thereby …   Law dictionary

  • Redeem — Re*deem (r?*d?m ), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Redeemed}. ( d?md ); p. pr. & vb. n. {Redeeming}.] [F. r[ e]dimer, L. redimere; pref. red , re re + emere, emptum, to buy, originally, to take, cf. OIr. em (in comp.), Lith. imti. Cf. {Assume}, {Consume},… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • redeem — re‧deem [rɪˈdiːm] verb [transitive] FINANCE 1. to pay off a loan or debt: • He intends to redeem the mortgage at the earliest opportunity. • When do you expect to redeem this …   Financial and business terms

  • Redeem — Allgemeine Informationen Genre(s) Alternative / Rock Gründung 2003 Website http://www.redeem.ch …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • redeem — ► VERB 1) make up for the faults or bad aspects of. 2) (redeem oneself) make up for one s poor past performance or behaviour. 3) save from sin, error, or evil. 4) fulfil (a pledge or promise). 5) gain or regain possession of in exchange for… …   English terms dictionary

  • redeem — [ri dēm′] vt. [LME redemen < MFr redimer < L redimere < re(d) , back + emere, to get, buy < IE base * em , to take > Lith imù, OSlav imǫ, to take] 1. to buy back 2. to get back; recover, as by paying a fee 3. to pay off (a mortgage …   English World dictionary

  • redeem — (v.) early 15c., from M.Fr. redemer (see REDEMPTION (Cf. redemption)). Related: Redeemed; redeeming …   Etymology dictionary

  • redeem — deliver, *rescue, ransom, save, reclaim Analogous words: *free, liberate, release, emancipate, manumit: restore, *renew, renovate: *recover, regain …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • redeem — [[t]rɪdi͟ːm[/t]] redeems, redeeming, redeemed 1) VERB If you redeem yourself or your reputation, you do something that makes people have a good opinion of you again after you have behaved or performed badly. [V n] He had realized the mistake he… …   English dictionary

  • redeem — re|deem [rıˈdi:m] v [T] formal ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(improve something)¦ 2 redeem yourself 3¦(get money for something)¦ 4¦(religion)¦ 5 redeem a promise/pledge 6¦(get something back)¦ ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ [Date: 1400 1500; : French; Origin: rédimer, from Latin redimere …   Dictionary of contemporary English