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displace

verb /disˈpleis/
to disarrange or put out of place
desplazar
Thousands of people in the border areas have been displaced by the fighting.
to take the place of
sustituir, reemplazar
The dog had displaced her doll in the little girl’s affections.
displacement noun
desplazamiento, reemplazo
displaced person noun a person forced to leave his own country as a result of war etc.
refugiado
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