Translation of replace in Spanish:

replace

Pronunciation: /rɪˈpleɪs/

vt

  • 1 1.1 (be, act as replacement for) [secretary/teacher] sustituir*, reemplazar* nobody can ever replace you, my darling nadie podrá nunca ocupar tu lugar, cariño 1.2 (provide replacement for) she had to replace the cups she had broken tuvo que reponer las tazas que había roto incompetent managers are quickly replaced los directores incompetentes son sustituidos rápidamente 1.3 (change) cambiar the batteries need replacing every few months cada pocos meses hay que cambiar las pilas to replace sth with sth cambiar algo por algo the frames were replaced with plastic ones cambiaron los marcos por unos de plástico to replace a man with a machine sustituir* or reemplazar* a un hombre por una máquina
  • 2 (put back) volver* a poner or colocar she replaced the book on the shelf volvió a poner or a colocar el libro en el estante replace the receiver and redial cuelgue el auricular y vuelva a marcar

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