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Topic: STOCKS AND SHARES

Date: 1300-1400
Language: French
Origin: rédemption, from Latin redemptio, from redimere; REDEEM

redemption

noun
     
re‧demp‧tion [uncountable]
1RRC the state of being freed from the power of evil, believed by Christians to be made possible by Jesus Christ
2 the act of exchanging a piece of paper worth a particular amount of money for money, goods, or services
3

past/beyond redemption

too bad to be saved, repaired, or improved
4 technicalBFS the exchange of shares, bonds etc for money
redemptive adjective
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