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supersede
American English: /ˌsupərˈsid/
British English: /ˌsuːpəˈsiːd/

Translation of supersede in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • (often passive)
    (idea/method)
    the old, superseded technology
    la antigua y ya desbancada or superada tecnología
    Example sentences
    • She commonly depicts family gatherings, people sitting around a table in a restaurant, folks frolicking at the beach, children playing and people traveling; groups supersede the individual.
    • Be careful to note in this clause that the will supersedes all previous wills, making them null and void.
    • When two agendas and artists clash or collaborate in this fashion, we habitually expect an outcome that is either victorious or successive, in the sense that one supersedes the other.

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