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    redress - Dictionary definition and meaning for word redress

    (noun) a sum of money paid in compensation for loss or injury Definition
    (noun) act of correcting an error or a fault or an evil
    Synonyms : remediation , remedy
    (verb) make reparations or amends for
    Synonyms : compensate , correct , right
    Example Sentence
    • right a wrongs done to the victims of the Holocaust
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for redress

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Redress is: "relief from distress"

dress again(redress) is the remedy for nudity

REDRESS=RE+dress. So 're' is a prefix which means afresh. Since all the clothes have been burnt in the fire accident, you redress, i.e. get dresses afresh for which you were paid a SUM OF MONEY AS COMPENSATION FOR YOUR LOSS.

redress = re address the situation and make remedies for what was done wrong

We make some dressing to hide the mistake or to rectify the mistake

to remember meaning of REDRESS we can take hint from REDCROSS, agency that provide REMEDY to victims of war & natural calamity.

customer grievance REDRESSAL mechanisms- are common in many commrecial services

Soldier REDRESSED its recuperated wound with the help of corrupt doctor, in order to get huge Compensation for war injury

to put the dress of rightness to the wrong thing!

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