Synonym: redundance. Similar words: redundant, abundance, mundane, abundant, endangered, attendance, dependance, round and round. Meaning: [rɪ'dʌndənsɪ] n. 1. repetition of messages to reduce the probability of errors in transmission 2. the attribute of being superfluous and unneeded 3. (electronics) a system design that duplicates components to provide alternatives in case one component fails 4. repetition of an act needlessly.
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1. Redundancy notices have been sent to 200 workers.
2. They chose to take voluntary redundancy.
3. He took voluntary redundancy.
4. It is absurd to be discussing compulsory redundancy policies for teachers.
5. Many workers can only eke out their redundancy money for about 10 weeks.
6. You can hedge against redundancy or illness with insurance.
7. Redundancy can be a demoralising prospect.
8. The threat of redundancy was still hanging over us.
9. Natural language is characterized by redundancy .
10. The threat of redundancy was suddenly removed.
11. Most of the companies' losses stemmed from redundancy costs.
12. 500 workers have been issued with redundancy notices.
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13. Two thousand workers now face redundancy.
14. 200 workers have been issued with redundancy notices.
15. Workers are being encouraged to take voluntary redundancy.
16. The really heavy redundancy costs have been accounted for.
17. Thousands of bank employees are facing redundancy as their employers cut costs.
18. John had taken out redundancy insurance but when he tried to claim, he was refused payment.
19. He's lost his job, but the redundancy money will cushion the blow.
20. We decided to use Fred's redundancy money to pay off the mortgage .
21. An employee is not eligible for a redundancy payment unless he has been with the company for two years.
22. She took voluntary redundancy.
23. The redundancy of skilled and experienced workers is a terrible waste and a clear sign of an unhealthy economy.
24. Generous redundancy terms had triggered a stampede of staff wanting to leave.
25. The company hopes the job cuts will be made through natural wastage and voluntary redundancy.
26. We were offered a ￡3,000 cash bonus to take voluntary redundancy.
27. The company is offering large pay-offs to anyone accepting voluntary redundancy.
28. My worst suspicions were realized when I received my redundancy notice.
29. The term "early retirement" is nearly always a euphemism for redundancy nowadays.
30. The government has called new talks in an attempt to break the deadlock over the issue of redundancy money.
More similar words: redundant, abundance, mundane, abundant, endangered, attendance, dependance, round and round, in danger, endanger, defendant, ever and anon, attendant, descendant, fancy, dance, descendants, dancer, tenancy, sunday, guidance, vibrancy, stagnancy, avoidance, pregnancy, inundate, boundary, accordance, undaunted, roundabout.