Replacing



verb (used with object), replaced, replacing.
1.
to assume the former role, position, or function of; substitute for (a person or thing):
Electricity has replaced gas in lighting.
2.
to provide a substitute or equivalent in the place of:
to replace a broken dish.
3.
to restore; return; make good:
to replace a sum of money borrowed.
4.
to restore to a former or the proper place:
to replace the vase on the table.
verb (transitive)
1.
to take the place of; supersede: the manual worker is being replaced by the machine
2.
to substitute a person or thing for (another which has ceased to fulfil its function); put in place of: to replace an old pair of shoes
3.
to put back or return; restore to its rightful place

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