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  • 21replace — verb 1) Eve replaced the receiver Syn: put back, return, restore Ant: remove 2) a new chairman came in to replace him Syn: take the place of, succeed, take over from, supersede; …

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  • 22replace*/*/*/ — [rɪˈpleɪs] verb [T] 1) to get rid of someone or something and put a new person or thing in their place We ll have to replace all the furniture that was damaged in the flood.[/ex] The plan is to replace state funding with private money.[/ex] 2) to …

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  • 23replace — re•place [[t]rɪˈpleɪs[/t]] v. t. placed, plac•ing 1) to assume the function of; substitute for: to replace gas lights with electric lights[/ex] 2) to provide a substitute for: to replace a broken dish[/ex] 3) to return; make good: to replace… …

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  • 24replace — verb a) To restore to a former place, position, condition, or the like. When youve finished using the telephone, please replace the handset. b) To refund; to repay; to restore; …

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  • 25replace — v. (D; tr.) to replace by, with * * * [rɪ pleɪs] with (D; tr.) to replace by …

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  • 26replace — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. put back; supplant, succeed, supersede; substitute; restore, return; move. See substitution. II (Roget s IV) v. 1. [To supply an equivalent] Syn. reestablish, reconstitute, replenish, refund,… …

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  • 27replace — /rəˈpleɪs / (say ruh plays) verb (t) (replaced, replacing) 1. to fill or take the place of; substitute for (a person or thing): electricity has replaced gas as a means of illumination. 2. to provide a substitute or equivalent in the place of: to… …

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  • 28replace — v 1. succeed, supplant, supply, supersede, follow or follow after, come after; substitute for, Inf. sub for, subrogate, act for, fill in for, fill or take the place of, double for, cover for, stand in lieu of, Inf. step into [s.o. s] shoes, Inf.… …

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  • 29replace — verb 1) Adam replaced the receiver Syn: put back, return, restore 2) a new chairman came in to replace him Syn: take the place of, succeed, take over from, supersede, stand in for, substitute for, deputize for …

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  • 30Replace — Заменять; Заряжать, загружать (магазин самонаклада) …

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  • 31replace — Synonyms and related words: act for, alter, attend, boot, bounce, break, bump, bust, can, cashier, change, change places with, come after, crowd out, cut out, defrock, degrade, demote, deplume, depose, deprive, disbar, discharge, disemploy,… …

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  • 32replace — re·place || rɪ pleɪs v. substitute for, fill the place of; provide a substitute item; return something to a particular position or location …

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  • 33replace — percale …

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  • 34replace — verb 1》 take the place of. 2》 provide a substitute for. 3》 put back in a previous place or position. Derivatives replaceable adjective replacement noun replacer noun …

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  • 35replace — v. a. 1. Reinstate, re establish, put back. 2. Refund, repay, restore, pay back. 3. Take the place of, supply the want of, succeed, be a substitute for …

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  • 36replace — re·place …

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  • 37replace —   Pani, pani hakahaka, pāna i …

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  • 38replace — To place again; to restore to a former condition. Illinois Cent. R. Co. v. Franklin County, 387 111. 301, 56 N.E.2d 775, 779. Term, given its plain, ordinary meaning, means to supplant with substitute or equivalent. Olenick v. Government… …

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  • 39replace — To restore to a former position. To substitute. To provide an equivalent, as in building a house to take the place of one destroyed by fire. See repair; reproduction …

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  • 40replace — v.tr. 1 put back in place. 2 take the place of; succeed; be substituted for. 3 find or provide a substitute for. 4 (often foll. by with, by) fill up the place of. 5 (in passive, often foll. by by) be succeeded or have one s place filled by… …

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