redimir

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redimir (first-person singular present redimeixo, past participle redimit)

  1. to redeem

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Etymology[edit]

From Latin redimere, present active infinitive of redimō.

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redimir (first-person singular present indicative redimo, past participle redimido)

  1. to redeem

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Spanish[edit]

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  • IPA(key): /rediˈmiɾ/, [reðiˈmiɾ]

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redimir (first-person singular present redimo, first-person singular preterite redimí, past participle redimido)

  1. to redeem
  2. to ransom, liberate
  3. to win back, reconquer
  4. to buy back, redeem from pawn
  5. to free, exempt
  6. to save from, free from, deliver from

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