Synonyms of supplant in English:

supplant

verb

  • 1 vast impersonal motorways supplanted the agreeably irregular network of real roads
    replace, displace, supersede, take the place of, take over from, substitute for, undermine, override
  • 2 he was asking the man he supplanted as Prime Minister for help
    succeed, come after, step into the shoes of
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    supplant, supersede, replace
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