Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Replace"

The meaning of "Replace" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does replace with mean?
A: @Israel_de_Araujo yes! if you were at a carnival/parade and it started raining, that would be a little unfortunate. “Raining on someone’s parade” is an expression by the way. So don’t take it in a literal sense.
Q: What does replace mean?
A: To get rid of something in exchange for something else

"I'm replacing the old tires on my car"

Example sentences using "Replace"

Q: Please show me example sentences with replaced.
A: I like this recipe, although I replaced brown sugar with white sugar and molasses.

She'll be your replacement when you go on vacation.

He replaced his old shirts with new ones that are more attractive, too.

They were replaced.

I'd like to replace Sarah for Alec.

Without the replacement, there would be no one for the job.
Q: Please show me example sentences with replace.
A: You could say 'swap' which is simpler and more casual or 'exchange' which is more formal. 'Replace' is probably the most common.
Q: Please show me example sentences with replace.
A: I replace coke with sprite.
Q: Please show me example sentences with replace as.
A: we are going to replace you with some one else.
replace this color with a different one please.
you cannot replace me.
should I replace this with another thing.
who will you replace him with.
did you want to replace/exchange this shirt for something else.
we are going to give you a hip replacement.
they replaced his knee joint with a metal one

Synonyms of "Replace" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between replace and supersede ?
A: Replace can mean substitute with an identical part, e.g. in the case of a part failing. Supersede generally means replace with something newer or better
Q: What is the difference between replace with and replace by ?
A:
To replace with is to swap one thing for another. It needs a noun ( or nominal phrase).
“She replaced his toast with A BOWL of crunchy cereal.”

To “replace by”’ is used to explain the way the replacement was done. It needs a verb.

“She replaced his breakfast by SNATCHING the plate when he wasn’t looking.”
Q: What is the difference between replace and exchange ?
A: replace: 取り替える
exchange: 交換する
Q: What is the difference between replace and instead ?
A: Replace means to switch out one thing with another. "I took out the green book and replaced it with the blue one"

And instead means in place of. “I want to play basketball instead of baseball"

Both are similar but it really depends on what you're trying to say
Q: What is the difference between replace and exchange ?
A: Depends on the situation. You always exchange money. I exchanged some yen for US dollars. In a shop you exchange goods. The shirt was too small so I exchanged it for a bigger size. You replace something that is broken or missing. I replaced the broken window. I replaced the stolen books with iPads. Sometimes people are replaced, especially talking about jobs. After my boss was fired he was replaced with a younger woman.

Translations of "Replace"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? replaced
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? replace
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? can "grotesque" replace "ridiculous"? please!
A: '' Grotesque'' odd or unnatural in shape, appearance, or character; fantastically ugly or absurd, bizarre.

''Ridiculous'' stupid or unreasonable and deserving to be laughed at.

They are different and can't replace one another
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? replace with “vs” replace by
A: Maybe be more clear on what you're trying to say. Don't really understand

Other questions about "Replace"

Q: I'd rather not replace. does this sound natural?
A: I'd rather not replace 'Something'. *it's a phrasal verb, you shouldn't omit the object
Q: Can I replace "of" for "for" ?
I mean

It is 〜 for A 😅

If no, why?
A: Sorry, I meant
However, I just repeated your sentence (with ‘for’) to my wife and she didn’t notice anything wrong with it.
Q: I'm replacing him
does this sound natural?
A: You can also say, I will be his replacement or I will be taking his place.
Q: I must replace this fork to another because this is broken. does this sound natural?
A: ...for another one
Q: Can I replace “I'm sorry”with “Excuse me”? does this sound natural?
A: Generally, yes. But "I am sorry" expresses deeper humility and regret, so use it if you really goof.

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