Associations to the word «Redeem»
REDEEM, verb. (transitive) To recover ownership of something by buying it back.
REDEEM, verb. (transitive) To liberate by payment of a ransom.
REDEEM, verb. (transitive) To set free by force.
REDEEM, verb. (transitive) To save, rescue
REDEEM, verb. (transitive) To clear, release from debt or blame
REDEEM, verb. (transitive) To expiate, atone (for ...)
REDEEM, verb. (finance) (transitive) To convert (some bond or security) into cash
REDEEM, verb. (transitive) To save from a state of sin (and from its consequences).
REDEEM, verb. (transitive) To repair, restore
REDEEM, verb. (transitive) To reform, change (for the better)
REDEEM, verb. (transitive) To restore the reputation or honour of oneself or something.
REDEEM, verb. (archaic) (transitive) To reclaim
REDEEM ONESELF, verb. (idiomatic) to resolve, or make up for, one's previous folly.
REDEEM, verb. Save from sins.
REDEEM, verb. Restore the honor or worth of.
REDEEM, verb. To turn in (vouchers or coupons) and receive something in exchange.
REDEEM, verb. Exchange or buy back for money; under threat.
REDEEM, verb. Pay off (loans or promissory notes).
REDEEM, verb. Convert into cash; of commercial papers.
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