displace · verb T /dɪˈspleɪs/Full view
Nouns: place, placement, replacement
Adjectives: misplaced
Verbs: place, displace, replace
C1 to take the place of someone or something
Dictionary example:

Many of these workers will be displaced by modern technology.

Learner example:

Mexico was traditionally the land of the tortilla and the beans, but every day, this seems to be changing ever more rapidly, displaced by the heavy advertising campai[gn]s and Americani[z]ed habits. (Certificate in Advanced English; C1; Spanish)

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