One entry found for supersede.
Main Entry: su·per·sede
Pronunciation: secondarystresssü-pschwar-primarystresssemacrond
Function: verb
Inflected Form(s): -sed·ed; -sed·ing
Etymology: Middle English superceden "to defer," from early French superceder, from Latin supersedemacronre "to sit on top of, refrain from," from super "over, above," and sedemacronre "to sit"
1 : to force out of use as inferior
2 : to take the place, room, or position of : REPLACE
3 : to remove in favor of another
- su·per·sed·er noun
- su·per·se·dure /-primarystresssemacron-jschwar/ noun


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