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Spanish translation of “redress”

redress

verb /rəˈdres/
to set right or compensate for
compensar
The company offered the man a large sum of money to redress the harm that their product had done to him.
redress the balance to make things equal again
restablecer el equilibrio
In order to redress the balance, the club will have to sign a new goalkeeper to replace the one they’ve just sold.
(Definition of redress from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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