Definitions (2)

1.To compensate or set a situation right. After an argument, the person at fault might offer an apology in order to redress the situation.
2.Law: To compensate someone monetarily for some damages that they experienced. "The courts decided that I was entitled to some compensation for my injury, so they ordered redress from the defendant."

Use redress in a sentence

Related Videos

Have a question about redress? Ask for help in the
advertise here

Browse by Letter: # A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z