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Oxford dictionary definition of the word redeem:
1compensate for the faults or bad aspects of:
a disappointing debate redeemed only by an outstanding speech
(redeem oneself) do something that compensates for poor past performance or behaviour:
Australia redeemed themselves by dismissing India for 153
atone or make amends for (sin, error, or evil):
the thief on the cross who by a single act redeemed a life of evil
save (someone) from sin, error, or evil:
he was a sinner, redeemed by the grace of God
2gain or regain possession of (something) in exchange for payment:
statutes enabled state peasants to redeem their land
Finance repay (a stock, bond, or other instrument) at the maturity date.
exchange (a coupon, voucher, or trading stamp) for goods, a discount, or money.
pay the necessary money to clear (a debt):
owners were unable to redeem their mortgages
archaic free (oneself or another) from slavery or captivity by paying a ransom:
the captive had to mortgage his lands to raise the money to redeem himself
3fulfil or carry out (a pledge or promise):
the party prepared to redeem the pledges of the past three years
late Middle English (in the sense ‘buy back’): from Old French redimer or Latin redimere, from re- ‘back’ + emere ‘buy’