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8 thoughts on “ Redundant ”

  1. Kigazshura says:
    Examples of redundant in a Sentence The drone had originally been designed to go places the Blackbird could not, but it had become redundant on discovery of the fact that there was nowhere the SR .
  2. Gulrajas says:
    Redundant definition, characterized by verbosity or unnecessary repetition in expressing ideas; prolix: a redundant style. See more.
  3. Tegar says:
    Needlessly wordy or repetitive in expression: a student paper filled with redundant phrases. 3. Of or relating to linguistic redundancy. 4.
  4. Douramar says:
    redundant adjective (NOT NEEDED) C2 (especially of a word, phrase, etc.) unnecessary because it is more than is needed: In the sentence "She is a single unmarried woman", the word " unmarried " is redundant.
  5. Kele says:
    7 synonyms of redundant from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 21 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for redundant. Redundant: being over what is needed.
  6. Akitilar says:
    Sep 22,  · Something that is redundant is no longer needed because its job is being done by something else or because its job is no longer necessary or useful. Changes in technology may mean that once-valued skills are now ticentfoolridiscprat.miclidicsekareteterogliraci.co conversion of .
  7. Brakora says:
    The redundant use of the personal pronoun with the relative is common. Nature has been bountiful to that island, for there is redundant verdure on every side. Just so; they rid the country of the trop plein, and prevent a redundant population. This redundant use of as in statements of time is not uncommon.
  8. Tojora says:
    noun, plural re·dun·dan·cies. the state of being redundant. superfluous repetition or overlapping, especially of words. a redundant thing, part, or amount; superfluity.

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