Displace [verb]

Definition of Displace:

move, remove from normal place

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Sentence/Example of Displace:

When modern humans arrived on the scene in Eurasia, our numbers grew larger, we spread even further, and the Neanderthals and Denisovans ended up displaced and eventually extinct.

More than 50 people were displaced after a fire tore through an apartment building in Montgomery County.

That’s because road salts displace minerals in soil and groundwater, creating a condition known as physiological drought.

Meanwhile, the threat of being displaced by machines doesn’t improve worker efficiency.

Helena’s compassion saves Radius from the stamping mill, and he later leads the robot revolution that displaces the humans from power.

Even though older technologies work, they are displaced by new methods.

How our need for fast meals at low prices displaced an entire industry while pushing hourly workers to become our own personal couriers.

Investigators on Thursday had not determined the cause or origin of the fire, which extended to at least one adjacent home and displaced its occupants.

However, the scrutiny isn’t necessarily erased in a SPAC IPO so much as displaced and diluted.

I’m not saying that’s right or the ethical thing, but companies just don’t feel they have any responsibility for their workers once they’ve been displaced.