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Translation of "replace" - English-Spanish dictionary

replace

verb   /rɪˈpleɪs/ ( present participle replacing, past tense and past participle replaced)
B1 to get something new because the one you had before has been lost or damaged reemplazar We’ll have to replace this carpet soon.
B1 to start using another thing or person instead of the one that you are using now reemplazar We’re thinking of replacing our old TV.
to start to be used instead of the thing or person that is being used now reemplazar This system will replace the old one.
(Definition of replace from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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