Synonyms of 'redundancy'
They hope to avoid future redundancies.
Thousands of employees are facing redundancy.
the redundancy of its two main exhibits
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in the sense of excess
more than normal, necessary, or permittedAvoid an excess of sugar in your diet.
in the sense of surfeit
excessive eating or drinkingRationing had put an end to a surfeit of biscuits long ago.
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