לַעֲקוֹר, לִתְפּוֹס מָקוֹם, לְהַעְתִיק
Verb(1) cause to move, usually with force or pressure(2) take the place of or have precedence over(3) terminate the employment of; discharge from an office or position(4) cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense
(1) He says it will simply displace American workers.(2) Let them know that you want to be an involved friend, but that you do not want to displace the natural parent.(3) For me, the club most likely to displace the Toffees in the top four are Bolton Wanderers.(4) The movement doesn't have to be much to tear root and shoot tissue as well as displace roots and dislodge the verdure.(5) Even Yeltsin's drive to create a Russian presidency in 1991 envisioned using the new office not to displace the Soviet president but to force Gorbachev to follow his lead.(6) The economic rise of China inevitably means it will play a larger political and diplomatic role, and it would dearly love to displace America as the dominant Western Pacific power.(7) Morash is a maestro of the Irish theatre, and his book will readily displace some of the dogged chronicles that have appeared in past years.(8) The magazine affirmed the right to equal pay for equal work, especially since women working for lower wages might actually either displace men altogether or force them to work for lower wages.(9) These findings suggest that placing a patient in the modified Trendelenburg position can effectively displace blood from the lower extremities into the central circulation to improve hemodynamics.(10) Inevitably another country, another national super-brand will displace Britain in the imaginations of the migrants and the flow will be diverted.(11) It was vital to protect the democratic process and a very strong message should be sent to the government rejecting any move to displace the elected representatives.(12) It was unsettling that a newbie to the school could displace him so easily.(13) Two-component dispense valves have balanced inlet and outlet spool assemblies that do not displace material during the shift from the reload to the dispense position.(14) He had been here since long before I was born, and it would be too difficult to displace him and put someone else into his position.(15) Many former samurai, displaced by history from their traditional military role, had moved into administrative positions.(16) Many of the homeless have been economically displaced , through no fault of their own.
1. dislodge ::
2. depose ::
3. replace ::
4. preempt ::
5. move ::
מהלך \ לזוז \ לעבור
6. give notice ::
1. crown ::
2. enthrone ::
3. throne ::
Different Formsdisplace, displaced, displaces, displacing
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