verb (used with object), re·placed, re·plac·ing.
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Contemporary Examples of replacing
At the same time YouTube was replacing MTV as the go-to place for music videos.OK Go Is Helping Redefine the Music Video For the Internet Age
December 15, 2014
Mitochondrial intervention is the practice of replacing DNA that carries a genetic disease.Want Blue Eyes With That Baby?: The Strange New World of Human Reproduction
November 24, 2014
But the option of replacing a new diplomatic breakthrough with open-ended diplomatic muddle-through is not on the table.Iran Nuke Deal: A Matter of War or Peace
November 23, 2014
They have no intention of “replacing” Obamacare with anything, and they never did.How Can Dems Be Losing to These Idiots?
October 29, 2014
As a lure for the ambitious, Silicon Valley and San Francisco are replacing Wall Street.Battle of the Upstarts: Houston vs. San Francisco Bay
October 5, 2014
Historical Examples of replacing
Replacing the receiver, she shook her head and said: "No, Madame."Bought and Paid For
"Speedy enough," said the lady, replacing the large volume on the shelf.
The present maypole was erected on May 29th 1882, replacing one which had come into existence on the same day twenty years before.The Evolution Of An English Town
We can put you in the way of replacing the heirlooms in the night, just as they were taken away—by that secret passage you know.The Brightener
C. N. Williamson
An objection which many people offer is that they need repairing often, or replacing.Garden Ornaments
Mary H. Northend