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Spanish translation of “replace”

replace

verb /rəˈpleis/
to put, use etc (a person, thing etc ), or to be put, used etc, in place of another
sustituir
I must replace that broken lock He replaced the cup he broke with a new one Cars have replaced horses as the normal means of transport.
to put (something) back where it was
devolver a su sitio, volver a poner/colocar
Please replace the books on the shelves.
replaceable adjective
sustituible
Don’t forget that every player in this team is replaceable.
replacement noun
sustituto
I must find a replacement for my secretary – she’s leaving next week.
(Definition of replace from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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