verb (used with object), out·placed, out·plac·ing.
to provide outplacement for.
to displace; supplant: Suburban shopping malls outplaced urban department stores in many cities.
oust, restore, supply, succeed, supplant, follow, recover, reinstate, change, annul, repudiate, usurp, overrule, supersede, overthrow, unseat, undermine, regain, compensate, sub
Origin of outplace
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