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redemption noun

1 being saved from the power of evil

VERB + REDEMPTION be in need of, need She believes that humanity is in need of redemption.

PREP. beyond ~ After another incident at the weekend, the club's reputation for violence is beyond redemption. | ~ from redemption from evil

2 repayment of money invested/borrowed

ADJ. early There is a fee for early redemption. | capital, loan, share

REDEMPTION + NOUN date | price, value, yield

PREP. on ~ A charge is payable on redemption.