1) to redeem
1a) by payment of a price to recover from the power of another, to ransom, buy off
1b) metaphorically of Christ freeing the elect from the dominion of the Mosaic Law at the price of his vicarious death
2) to buy up, to buy up for one's self, for one's use
2a) to make wise and sacred use of every opportunity for doing good, so that zeal and well doing are as it were the purchase money by which we make the time our own
Part of Speech: verb
Citing in TDNT: 1:124, 19
From G1537 and G59; to buy up, that is, ransom; figuratively to rescue from loss (improve opportunity): - redeem.
|(ἐξαγοράζομαι τὸν καιρόν) make good use of opportunity||65.42|
|(ἐξαγοράζομαι τὸν καιρόν) work urgently||68.73|
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