1. To set right; remedy or rectify.
2. To make amends for.
3. To adjust

The word ‘Redress’ can be thought of as short form of ‘relief from distress’. After making amends for a wrong or correcting something a person gets relief from distress and hence this can be related to the word ‘Redress’.

1. They’ve been treated unfairly, and it’s time to redress the balance.
2. The belief that redressing a murder with another murder, even if carried out by the state, is not morally justified.

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