Redeemable



adjective
1.
capable of being redeemed.
2.
that will be redeemed:
bonds redeemable in 10 years.
adjective (of bonds, shares, etc)
1.
subject to cancellation by repayment at a specified date or under specified conditions
2.
payable in or convertible into cash

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  • Redeemed

    verb (used with object) 1. to buy or pay off; clear by payment: to redeem a mortgage. 2. to buy back, as after a tax sale or a mortgage foreclosure. 3. to recover (something pledged or mortgaged) by payment or other satisfaction: to redeem a pawned watch. 4. to exchange (bonds, trading stamps, etc.) for […]

  • Redeemer

    noun 1. a person who redeems. 2. (initial capital letter) Jesus Christ. noun 1. The Redeemer, Jesus Christ as having brought redemption to mankind Heb. goel; i.e., one charged with the duty of restoring the rights of another and avenging his wrongs (Lev. 25:48, 49; Num. 5:8; Ruth 4:1; Job 19:25; Ps. 19:14; 78:35, etc.). […]



  • Redeeming

    adjective 1. offsetting or counterbalancing some fault, defect, or the like: a redeeming quality. verb (used with object) 1. to buy or pay off; clear by payment: to redeem a mortgage. 2. to buy back, as after a tax sale or a mortgage foreclosure. 3. to recover (something pledged or mortgaged) by payment or other […]

  • Redeeming feature

    A good quality or aspect that makes up for other drawbacks, as in The house isn’t very attractive, but the garden is the redeeming feature. This idiom, first recorded in 1827, uses redeem in the sense of “compensate.”



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