Word: supersedes

Category: supersedes

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Related words: supersedes

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Synonyms: supersedes

replace, take the place of, take over from, succeed, supplant, displace, oust, overthrow, remove, unseat, fill someone's shoes/boots, supercede

Translations: supersedes

spanish
remplaza, Reemplaza, Sustituye, Reemplaza la, Sustituye al


german
ersetzt

french
Remplace, annule, Remplace la, annule et remplace

italian
sostituisce, annulla, le sostituisce

portuguese
substituta, Substitui, invalida, Substitui a, sobrepõe

dutch
Vervangt, Datum vorige, vernietigt, ze vervangen

russian
Заменяет, отменяет, Предыдущие версии, Предыдущие, вытесняет

norwegian
Erstatter, avløser, går foran, styrer, overstyrer

swedish
Ersätter, ersattes av dens, ersattes av densamma

finnish
Korvaa, Ohittaa, Ohittaa seuraavat, päiväys, Se kumoaa

danish
Erstatter, Erstatning, tilsidesætter, afløser, Erstatning for

czech
Nahrazuje

polish
Zastępuje

hungarian
hatályon kívül, Felváltja, Felváltja az, hatályon kívül helyezi, Felváltja az alábbi

turkish
Yerini, Yerini aldıkları, Yerini alır, aldıkları

greek
Αντικαθιστά, υπερισχύει, διαδέχεται, Υπερισχύει του, αντικαταστάσεις

ukrainian
замінює, заміняє

albanian
zëvendëson, e zëvendëson

bulgarian
заема мястото на, заема мястото

belarusian
замяняе, Замяніць

estonian
Asendab, see asendab

croatian
zamjenjuje, nadvladava, Nadjačavanje, Paket nadjačava, bi nadilazilo

icelandic
Leysir af hólmi

lithuanian
pakeičia,

latvian
aizstāj

macedonian
заменува, ги заменува, го заменува, ја заменува

romanian
Înlocuiește, Înlocuies¸te, Supersedes

slovenian
Nadomesti, Zamenja

slovak
nahrádza, nahradzuje, sa nahrádza, nahradí, nahrádzajú

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The meaning and "use of": supersedes

verb
  • take the place of (a person or thing previously in authority or use); supplant.

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