annul, displace, fill (someone's) boots, oust, overrule, remove, replace, set aside, step into (someone's) boots, supplant, supplement, suspend, take over, take the place of, usurp
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supersede ( supersedes 3rd person present) ( superseding present participle) ( superseded past tense & past participle ) If something is supersededby something newer, it is replaced because it has become old-fashioned or unacceptable. verb usu passive
Hand tools are relics of the past that have now been superseded by the machine. be V-ed, Also V n
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