displace

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Synonyms for displace

Synonyms for displace

to alter the settled state or position of

to take the place of (another) against the other's will

Synonyms for displace

take the place of or have precedence over

cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense

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It is blatantly destabilizing; its origins are either scandalous or irrecoverable; and it is quite dramatically displaceable, undergoing transfigurations from garment to architectural structure and back again, with interest.
C-Series machines are available in two versions: fixed central injection and horizontally displaceable injection unit.
He remarks: "It is interesting that biological tissues, which have been on earth for millions of years, utilize this same feature -- displaceable bound charge -- for generating unusually large electric fields.
Position 2 is executed with displaceable end accruals in order to adjust the safety rail to the different vehicle lengths and roof shapes can.
The Grundomat can be used in all displaceable soils: sand, loam and even gravel and is easily configured to pull in a wide variety of new pipeline materials.
The ram type horizontal boring mills with displaceable column are used for the machining of the cast or welded parts from the field of nuclear, energetic, metallurgic or military industry by mean of milling, drilling, boring and threading operations.
The clamping unit is equipped with a hydraulic and laterally displaceable pressing cylinder.
Three Points had past experience on several jobs with Pilot Tube Microtunneling Systems rented from Icon, but they also knew it was only designed for use in soft, displaceable soil and not hard ground conditions.