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to set aside or cause to be set aside as void, useless, or obsolete, usually in favor of something mentioned; make obsolete: They superseded the old statute with ...

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Supersede definition is - to cause to be set aside. How to use ... See the full definition for supersede in the English Language Learners Dictionary. supersede .

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supersede meaning: 1. to replace something, especially something older or more old-fashioned: 2. to replace something older, less effective, or less important or ...

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supersede. If you click on the link after this description, a new screen will supersede, or replace, this one. A longer description will supplant, or supersede,  ...

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Definition of supersede - take the place of (a person or thing previously in authority or use); supplant.

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Supersede is the only English word ending in -sede. Similar words include four ending in -ceed, and several ending in cede. Because of this, supercede is a ...

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Usage Note: Supersede is commonly spelled supercede, probably by influence of words like accede and intercede. The spelling with a c has been in existence ...

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Define supersede (verb) and get synonyms. What is supersede (verb)? supersede (verb) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

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Supersede definition: If something is superseded by something newer, it is replaced because it has become... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and ...