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redundance (n.)

1610s, "superfluity, overabundance," from Latin redundantia "an overflowing, superfluity, excess," from redundare "overflow, pour over; be in excess" (see redundant). Meaning "that which is redundant" emerged by 1788.

updated on June 06, 2021

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Definitions of redundance from WordNet

redundance (n.)
the attribute of being superfluous and unneeded;
Synonyms: redundancy
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