redeem

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{f} ödemek
(Ticaret) rehinden kurtarma
ödemek (borcunu)
(Ticaret) itfa
(Ticaret) parasını verip geri alma
bedelini vererek geri almak
(Ticaret) paraya çevirmek
(günahtan) kurtarmak
sönümlemek
kurtar

Onun kurtarıcı özelliği yok. - He has no redeeming traits.

yapmak
yerine getirmek
ifa etmek
(rehin/borç/vb.'den) kurtarmak
{f} yerine getirmek (vaat)
kefaret etmek
{f} amorti etmek
{f} günahını bağışlatmak
{f} bedelini verip geri almak, rehinden kurtarmak
{f} (borcunu) ödemek
{f} telâfi etmek
one redeeming feature bir iyi tarafı
vaadini yerine getirmek
{f} kurtarmak
{f} tutmak (söz)
redeemable paraya çevrilir fidye vererek kurtulması mümkü
{f} fidye verip kurtarmak
{f} fidye vererek kurtarmak
{f} para verip kurtarmak
kurtarmak (borç vb'den)
redeem a debt
(Ticaret) borcu ödemek
redeem oneself
kendini affettirmek
redeem something pawned
rehinden kurtarmak
redeem something pawned
rehindeki eşyayı kurtarmak
redeemable
{s} paraya çevrilebilir
redeemable
{s} ödemeli
redeemable
{s} bağışlanabilir
redeemer
{i} kurtarıcı kimse
redeemer
{i} kurtarıcı
redeemer
mesih
redeemable
kurtarılabilir
redeemable
ihbarlı
redeemed
amorti edilmiş
redeemed
itfa edilmiş
to redeem oneself
kendini kurtarmak için
redeemable
{s} telâfi edilir
redeemable
{s} ödenip kurtarılır
redeemable
{s} amorti edilebilir
redeemable
affedilebilir
redeemer
(isim) kurtarıcı
to redeem
rehinden kurtarmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
To restore the reputation or honour of oneself or something
To save from a state of sin (and from its consequences)
To convert (some bond or security) into cash
To save, rescue
To repair, restore
To recover ownership of something by paying a sum
To liberate by payment of a ransom
To reclaim
To set free by force
To reform, change (for the better)
To expiate, atone (for ...)
To clear, release from debt or blame
{v} to ransom, recover, rescue, save
To make good by performing fully; to fulfill; as, to redeem one's promises
The return of an investor's principal in a security, such as mutual fund shares, bonds, or preferred stock, at or prior to maturity
{f} pay off, settle a debt through payment; regain through payment; convert an item into its cash value; deliver from sin or evil; fulfill, carry out; make amends
convert into cash; of commercial papers
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. He had realized the mistake he had made and wanted to redeem himself The sole redeeming feature of your behaviour is that you're not denying it
To fulfill the requirements of a consumer promotional offer, as a coupon or trading stamps, in a prescribed manner resulting in receipt of goods at reduced price or free Redemption Redemption The cashing in of coupons when merchandise is purchased, or trading stamps in order to obtain discounts or premiums The percentage of coupons or trading stamps issued that are eventually cased in Also redemption rate
To cash in shares by selling them back to the mutual fund Mutual fund shares are redeemable on any business day
convert into cash; of commercial papers pay off (loans or promissory notes)
When something redeems an unpleasant thing or situation, it prevents it from being completely bad. Work is the way that people seek to redeem their lives from futility Does this institution have any redeeming features?
To regain by performing the obligation or condition stated; to discharge the obligation mentioned in, as a promissory note, bond, or other evidence of debt; as, to redeem bank notes with coin
exchange or buy back for money; under threat
To cash in your shares by selling them back to the mutual fund Mutual fund shares may be redeemed on any business day
To bring mortgage payments up-to-date after the lender has begun default proceedings Once a borrower (or other lien holder) redeems, the mortgage is back in good standing and the relationship continues as before the default
When you take your bond to the bank to get money for it, you redeem the bond The longer you keep your bond, the more money you get when you redeem it! [Back to Top]
To cash in mutual fund shares by selling them back to the fund Mutual fund shares may be redeemed on any business day You will receive the current share price, called net asset value, minus any deferred sales charge or redemption fee
If you redeem a debt or money that you have promised to someone, you pay money that you owe or that you promised to pay. The amount required to redeem the mortgage was £358,587
save from sins
To set free, rescue or ransom
pay off (loans or promissory notes)
Literally, to buy back The act of buying back lands after a mortgage or Deed of Trust foreclosure, tax foreclosure or other execution sale
In religions such as Christianity, to redeem someone means to save them by freeing them from sin and evil. a new female spiritual force to redeem the world
To purchase back; to regain possession of by payment of a stipulated price; to repurchase
To pay off a loan or mortgage
To recall, as an estate, or to regain, as mortgaged property, by paying what may be due by force of the mortgage
to repay a bond, debenture, mortgage, etc
To cash in units by selling them back to the mutual fund
Literally "to buy back " The act of buying back lands after a mortgage foreclosure, tax foreclosure, or other execution sale
If you redeem an object that belongs to you, you get it back from someone by repaying them money that you borrowed from them, after using the object as a guarantee. Make sure you know exactly what you will be paying back when you plan to redeem the item
To pay the penalty of; to make amends for; to serve as an equivalent or offset for; to atone for; to compensate; as, to redeem an error
Cashing in mutual fund shares by selling them back to the fund
To ransom, liberate, or rescue from captivity or bondage, or from any obligation or liability to suffer or to be forfeited, by paying a price or ransom; to ransom; to rescue; to recover; as, to redeem a captive, a pledge, and the like
Hence, to rescue and deliver from the bondage of sin and the penalties of God's violated law
Redeemer
Jesus Christ
redeemable
Capable of being redeemed; able to be restored or recovered
redeemable
Capable of being paid off; subject to a right on the part of the debtor to discharge or of an issuer to repurchase; as, a redeemable annuity or redeemable preferred stock
redeemable
Susceptible to correction or reform
redeemed
Of a coupon or offer, spent; used in a purchase, and thus no longer usable
redeemed
Of a person, granted redemption or salvation
redeemed
Simple past tense and past participle of redeem
redeemer
One who redeems; who provides redemption
redeemable
{a} that may or can be redeemed
redeemer
{n} one who ransoms, our Savior
Redeemable
redemptible
Redeemer
In the Christian religion, the Redeemer is Jesus Christ. the Redeemer Jesus Christ
To redeem
againbuy
redeemable
The customer has the option of redeeming part or all of their investment before it matures Depending on the investment, early redemption may entail an interest rate penalty
redeemable
This is similar to callable bonds but with one huge difference Normally issued by corporations, a redeemable bond may be 'called' by the issuer but not for financial advantage; in other words, the issue may not be redone at a lower coupon rate Rather, should a company have surplus cash or in the event of a corporate development the bond issue may be retired prematurely
redeemable
Eligible for redemption under the terms of the indenture
redeemable
shares or loans that can be sold back to the company that issued them
redeemable
{s} can be paid off; can be regained through payment; can be converted into its cash value; can be delivered from evil or sin; can be fulfilled; able to be offset
redeemable
Eligible for redemption under the terms of an indenture
redeemable
recoverable upon payment or fulfilling a condition; "redeemable goods in a pawnshop
redeemable
Preferred shares or bonds that give the issuing corporation an option to repurchase securities at a stated price These are also known as callable securities Bank and Trust company term deposit are also redeemable but at the option of the note holder
redeemable
Capable of being paid off; subject to a right on the part of the debtor to discharge, satisfy, recover, or take back by payment; as, a redeemable annuity
redeemable
Capable of being redeemed; subject to repurchase; held under conditions permitting redemption; as, a pledge securing the payment of money is redeemable
redeemable
If something is redeemable, it can be exchanged for a particular sum of money or for goods worth a particular sum. Their full catalogue costs $5, redeemable against a first order. able to be exchanged for money or goods
redeemable
susceptible to improvement or reform; "a redeemable sinner"
redeemable
recoverable upon payment or fulfilling a condition; "redeemable goods in a pawnshop"
redeemable
redeemabble in gold, or in current money, or four months after date
redeemable
Preferred shares or bonds that giver the issuing corporation an option to repurchase securities at a stated price These are also known as callable securities
redeemable
Subject to an obligation of redemtion; conditioned upon a promise of redemtion; payable; due; as, bonds, promissory notes, etc
redeemable
able to be converted into ready money; "a cashable check"; "cashable gambling chips"; "redeemable stocks and bonds"
redeemable
susceptible to improvement or reform; "a redeemable sinner" recoverable upon payment or fulfilling a condition; "redeemable goods in a pawnshop
redeemed
past of redeem
redeemed
saved from the bondage of sin
redeemer
someone who redeems or buys back (promissory notes or merchandise or commercial paper etc )
redeemer
{i} liberator, rescuer; saviour, one who delivers from evil or sin; one who converts an item into its cash value; one who pays off a debt; one who fulfills an obligation; one who makes amends
redeemer
someone who redeems or buys back promissory notes or merchandise or commercial paper etc
redeemer
a teacher and prophet born in Bethlehem and active in Nazareth; his life and sermons form the basis for Christianity (circa 4 BC - AD 29)
redeemer
One who redeems
redeemer
Specifically, the Savior of the world, Jesus Christ
redeeming
present participle of redeem
redeeming
bringing about salvation or redemption from sin; "saving faith"; "redemptive (or redeeming) love"
redeeming
{s} compensating for faults or defects; redemptive, delivering from sin or evil
redeeming
compensating for some fault or defect; "the redeeming feature of the plan is its simplicity"; "his saving grace was his sense of humor"
redeems
third-person singular of redeem
redeem
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