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Definition of Displace

Displace

  1. To change the place of; to remove from the usual or proper place; to put out of place; to place in another situation; as, the books in the library are all displaced.
  2. To crowd out; to take the place of.
  3. To remove from a state, office, dignity, or employment; to discharge; to depose; as, to displace an officer of the revenue.
  4. To dislodge; to drive away; to banish.

Displace Quotations

When coal came into the picture, it took about 50 or 60 years to displace timber. Then, crude oil was found, and it took 60, 70 years, and then natural gas. So it takes 100 years or more for some new breakthrough in energy to become the dominant source. Most people have difficulty coming to grips with the sheer enormity of energy consumption.
Rex Tillerson

I just think the most difficult thing to displace is privilege.
Sean Connery

Writers displace their anxiety on to the tools of the trade. It's better to say that you haven't got the right pencil than to say you can't write, or to blame your computer for losing your chapter than face up to your feeling that it's better lost.
Hilary Mantel

The undermining of the home and family is on the increase with the devil anxiously working to displace the father as the head of the home and create rebellion among the children.
Ezra Taft Benson

For infrastructure technology, C will be hard to displace.
Dennis Ritchie
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Displace Translations

displace in German is verschieben, verlagern, versetzen, verschieben
displace in Spanish is desplazar
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