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supplant
American English: /səˈplænt/
British English: /səˈplɑːnt/

Translation of supplant in Spanish:

transitive verb

  • (idea/method)
    she had been supplanted in his affections by another woman
    otra mujer la había suplantado en su corazón
    Example sentences
    • Most recent anime - and Hollywood movies, for that matter - continually generates two complaints: Style supplants substance and genre replaces originality.
    • And he knows that the economic power of capitalism supplants the dictatorial power he envisions for himself.
    • I have also seen patternmaking techniques designed to fit the human body supplanted by techniques that maximize fabric usage and ease of production, giving us garments that fit no one properly.

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