Synonyms for supersede
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To subvert is to overthrow from or as from the very foundation; utterly destroy; bring to ruin. The word is now generally figurative, as of moral or political ruin. To supersede implies the putting of something that is wisely or unwisely preferred in the place of that which is removed; to subvert does not imply substitution. To supplant is more often personal, signifying to take the place of another, usually by underhanded means; one is superseded by authority, supplanted by a rival. Compare ABOLISH.
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supplant, replace, supersede, supervene upon, supercedeverb
take the place or move into the position of
"Smith replaced Miller as CEO after Miller left"; "the computer has supplanted the slide rule"; "Mary replaced Susan as the team's captain and the highest-ranked player in the school"
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YAF will continue to work to ensure that the new policy, which will supersede the previous policy language regarding coercion and harassment, reflects the terms of the agreement reached and effectively protects the freedom of expression.
It's more important for evangelical voters that Trump is fighting for an idealized, white Christian, conservative America, tribal values now supersede personal morality as an animating force.
At the end of the day, will people judge whether democracy is working based on whether or not there are significant Republican votes on the legislation that he passes? Or will they judge it based on the tangible things that are delivered by what he passes? his gamble -- and there's good reason to believe it -- is that tangible progress will supersede the style points.
We have a thing called the Constitution, which I cherish, now in some cases we'll supersede... it depends on the individual state that you're talking about. ... If I saw something wrong, if I saw a massive outbreak, of which there's not, I would come down very hard.
There can be no prescription old enough to supersede the Law of Nature and the grant of God Almighty, who has given to all men a natural right to be free, and they have it ordinarily in their power to make themselves so, if they please.
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- substituir, reemplaçarCatalan, Valencian
- ablösen, ersetzen, verdrängen, aufhebenGerman
- suplantar, sustituir, sobreseído, substituirSpanish
- kiszorít, érvénytelenít, helyettesítHungarian
- zastąpić, odłożyć, zamienić, unieważnićPolish
- substituir, suplantar, sobreporPortuguese
- замещать, вытеснять, смещатьRussian
- tränga undan, avskaffa, avlysa, ersättaSwedish
- ayağını kaydırmak, ilgâ etmek, yerine geçmek, yürürlükten kaldırmakTurkish
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