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Sentence count:221+7 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-01Updated:2017-02-01
Synonym: excessextrapleonasticsparesupererogatorysuperfluoussupernumerarysurplustautologictautologicalSimilar words: mundaneabundanceendangeredattendantdefendantdescendantround and roundin dangerMeaning: [rɪ'dʌndənt]  adj. 1. more than is needed, desired, or required 2. repetition of same sense in different words. 
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1 The illustration had too much redundant detail.
2 My husband was made redundant late last year.
3 Seventy factory workers were made redundant in the resulting cuts.
4 Seventy men at the factory were redundant because of falling demand for our products.
5 I kind of redundant,( will be redundant to become your excess.
6 Over 600 workers were made compulsorily redundant.
7 The picture has too much redundant detail.
8 There is no stigma to being made redundant.
9 The company made hundreds of employees redundant.
10 The chapel was declared redundant in 1995.
11 There are too many redundant words in this book.
12 Redundant slogans are apt to petrify a man's thinking.
13 As soon as he was made redundant, he signed on the dole.
14 He got made redundant, so now he's looking for work again.
15 Several staff were made redundant to meet a shortfall of funds.
16 To keep the company alive, half the workforce is being made redundant.
17 They have added/deleted/amended a clause in the contract which says the company can make people redundant for economic reasons.
18 The company was losing money and it had to make people redundant.
19 Changes in technology may mean that once-valued skills are now redundant.
20 The company is caught in a double bind. If it doesn't modernize it won't make money, but if it does modernize they'll have to make people redundant because they won't need them any more.
21 Five of the company's senior managers have been made compulsorily redundant.
22 The trade unions took up the cudgels for the 367 staff made redundant.
23 I learned a lesson in harsh economics when I was made redundant.
24 Strictly off the record, some members of staff will have to be made redundant.
25 There will be no question of anyone being made redundant.
26 The company is caught in a double bind.If it doesn't modernise it won't make money, but if it does modernise they'll have to make people redundant because they won't need them any more.
27 As the economy weakens, more and more jobs will be made redundant.
28 A spokesperson said that the bank expects to make 15,000 staff redundant over the next three years.
29 In the sentence, "She is a single unmarried woman", the word "unmarried" is redundant.
30 Ten per cent of the work-force will be made redundant.
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