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英语解释:compensation or reparation for a loss or wrong a party has experienced

英语解释:to provide compensation or reparation for a loss or wrong experienced

The payment, etc., that is paid to a person for something wrong that has happened to them, or the injustice they have suffered is redress. For example, when a worker is unjustly dismissed from service, they get redress, that is, compensation for the injustice they have suffered. The redress a worker receives is the compensation they get if they are injured on duty. The correction of an injustice or an error is redress. A person demands redress if they are denied what is rightfully due to them.