Synonyms of 'redeem'
1 reinstateDictionary, vindicate, absolveHe had realized the mistake he had made and wanted to redeem himself.
2 make up forDictionary, offset, make goodWork is the way people seek to redeem their sins.
3 pay offDictionary, clear, squareThe amount required to redeem the mortgage was £358,587.
6 saveDictionary, free, delivera new female spiritual force to redeem the world
She could have saved him from this final disaster.
It will free us of a whole lot of debt.
I thank God for delivering me from that pain.
Helicopters rescued nearly 20 people.
How committed is the leadership to liberating its people from poverty?
The same system was used for ransoming or exchanging captives.
an attempt to extricate himself from his financial difficulties
the war which preserved the Union and emancipated the slaves
buy the freedom of
pay the ransom of
7 fulfilDictionary, meet, keepThey must redeem that pledge.
He is too ill to fulfil his duties.
The current arrangements are inadequate to meet our needs.
I'm hoping you'll keep your promise to come for a long visit.
the quiet competence with which he discharged his many duties
All members adhere to a strict code of practice.
keep faith with
be faithful to
Each part of the engine performs a different function.
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If a report or investigation absolves someone from blame or responsibility, it formally states that he or she is not guilty or is not to blame.
The judicial inquiry absolved the soldiers.
Thesaurus for redeem from the Collins English Thesaurus
If you redeem yourself or your reputation , you do something that makes people have a good opinion of you again after you have behaved or performed badly .