Sinônimos de displace
These factories have displaced tourism.
the man who deposed and replaced him
She expects her Norwegian rival to succeed her as the best in the world.
take over from,
supersede, , ,
It seems unlikely that democratically created dictionaries will supersede traditional ones.
He may be supplanted by a younger man.
take the place of, ,
He eventually took Charlie's place in the band.
fill or step into (someone's) boots
In Europe alone, 30 million people were displaced.
force out, ,
Poisonous gas is expelled into the atmosphere.
oust, , ,
The leaders have been ousted from power by nationalists.
They were forcibly ejected from the restaurant.
They were evicted from their apartment.
dislodge, , ,
The leader cannot dislodge her this time.
to move (something) from its usual placeA strong wind is all it would take to displace the stones.
to remove (someone) from a post or position of authorityThey displaced him in a coup.
The senate voted to remove him.
She was fired from her job.
the power to dismiss civil servants who refuse to work
They were sacked for financial mismanagement.
He was dishonourably discharged from the army.
The president was deposed in a coup.
Many officers were cashiered on political grounds.
The king was dethroned and went into exile.
remove from office
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in the sense of budge
to move slightlyI pulled and pulled but I couldn't budge it.
in the sense of cashier
to dismiss with dishonour from the armed forcesMany officers were cashiered on political grounds.
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