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rediscount rate the rate of interest a member bank pays to borrow money from the Federal Reserve Bank, using top grade commercial paper as collateral.
rediscover combined form of discover.
rediscovery combined form of discovery.
rediscuss combined form of discuss.
redisplay combined form of display.
redispose combined form of dispose.
redisposition combined form of disposition.
redissolve combined form of dissolve.
redistill combined form of distill.
redistillation combined form of distillation.
redistribute to distribute again, often in different ways or amounts.
redistrict to change the boundary lines of (districts, esp. electoral ones).
redivide combined form of divide.
redivision combined form of division.
redivivus restored to life; revived; reborn or renewed.
red lead a poisonous red powder of lead oxide, used in paints, pottery, and glassmaking.
red-letter significant, as a happy occasion; memorable.
red light a red-colored electric light at an intersection indicating that traffic is to stop; stoplight. [2 definitions]
red-light district an area in a town where there are many brothels.
redline of lenders and insurers, to refuse to lend money or extend insurance to residents of certain neighborhoods, esp. those neighborhoods made up of poor or minority residents. [2 definitions]
redlining the illegal practice of refusing to lend money or extend insurance to residents of certain neighborhoods, esp. poor or deteriorating ones, or neighborhoods made up primarily or partially of minority residents.