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substitute

verb /ˈsabstitjuːt/
to put in, or to take, the place of someone or something else
sustituir
I substituted your name for mine on the list.
substitution noun the act of substituting, or process of being substituted.
sustitución
Translations of “substitute”
in Korean 대신하다…
in Arabic يَستَبدِل…
in French substituer…
in Italian sostituire…
in Chinese (Traditional) 用…代替,代之以…
in Russian заменять…
in Turkish yerine koymak, yerine kullanmak…
in Polish zastępować…
in Portuguese substituir…
in German ersetzen…
in Catalan substituir…
in Japanese ~を代理にする, ~を代用する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 用…代替,代之以…
(Definition of substitute from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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