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redeem

verb /rəˈdiːm/
to buy back (something that has been pawned)
desempeñar, rescatar
I’m going to redeem my gold watch.
to set (a person) free by paying a ransom; (of Jesus Christ) to free (a person) from sin.
rescatar; redimir
to compensate for or cancel out the faults of
redimir, expiar
His willingness to work redeemed him in her eyes.
Redeemer noun (often with the) Jesus Christ.
Redentor
redemption /rəˈdempʃən/ noun
redención
the redemption of man by Christ.
past/beyond redemption too bad to be redeemed or improved
irremediable
This report is so badly written that it’s almost beyond redemption.
redeeming feature noun a good quality that somewhat makes up for the bad qualities in a person or thing
cualidad que salva a alguien o a algo, punto favorable
His one redeeming feature is that he is completely honest in what he says.
(Definition of redeem from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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