to take the place ofthe man who deposed and replaced him
take the place of,
He eventually took Charlie's place in the band.
He followed his father and became a surgeon.
She expects her Norwegian rival to succeed her as the best in the world.
take over from,
It seems unlikely that democratically created dictionaries will supersede traditional ones.
He may be supplanted by a younger man.
stand in lieu of,
fill (someone's) shoes or boots,
step into (someone's) shoes or boots
to substitute a person or thing for (another)Replace that liquid with salt, sugar and water.
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in the sense of change
to give and receive (something) in returnCan we change it for another if it doesn't work properly?
in the sense of commute
Video: pronunciation of 'replace'
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