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Definition of Redundant

Redundant

  1. Exceeding what is natural or necessary; superabundant; exuberant; as, a redundant quantity of bile or food.
  2. Using more worrds or images than are necessary or useful; pleonastic.

Redundant Quotations

I have been made redundant before and it is a terrible blow; redundant is a rotten word because it makes you think you are useless.
Billy Connolly

If you live in free countries, you don't have to spend all your life arguing about freedom because it is all around you. It seems redundant to make a lot of noise about something when, in fact, there it is. But if someone tries to remove it, it becomes important for you to formulate your own defenses of it.
Salman Rushdie

Junk, redundancy, and inefficiency characterize astrophysical signals. It seems they characterize cells and sea lions, too. These biological constructions have lots of superfluous and redundant parts, and are a long way from being optimally built or operated.
Seth Shostak

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is continually reviewing its safety plan for the 100-plus operating civilian nuclear reactors in the United States. And when those plants were put into operation, they were required to have double and triple redundant safety systems.
Joe Barton

I don't know, I feel like as time has gone on, hip-hop has become really redundant and repetitive.
Angel Haze
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Redundant Translations

redundant in Italian is senza lavoro
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