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replace

verb

Definition of REPLACE

1
to take the place of <the old street lights were replaced by more energy-efficient models>
Related Words preempt, usurp
2
to bring, send, or put back to a former or proper place <took the fragile vase down to look at it and then gently replaced it on the shelf>
Synonyms replace, restore
Related Words reconvey
Near Antonyms remove, take

March 30, 2015
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