reddition

noun red·di·tion \rəˈdishən\

Definition of reddition

plural

-s

  1. 1 archaic :  restitution surrender

  2. 2 obsolete a :  elucidation b :  the application of a comparison c :  the clause that contains such application

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Origin and Etymology of reddition

Middle English reddicion, from Middle French reddition act of rendering, from Late Latin reddition-, redditio, from Latin redditus (past participle of reddere to give back, hand over, yield, grant) + -ion-, -io -ion


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