Substitute synonyms and antonyms

sŭb'stĭ-to͝ot', -tyo͝ot'

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(Chem.) To replace as a substituent
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(US) A replacement of equal or greater value or function.
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To take the place of
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Something made in imitation; an effigy or substitute.
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To exchange, trade, or barter
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To study or know a role to such an extent as to be able to replace the normal performer when required
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A member of the armed forces available for assignment to fill a vacancy or complete a quota; reinforcement
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To take the place of
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Something that is given in return for something else or accepted as a reciprocal part of an exchange.
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Agent; someone who is authorized to act in place of and on behalf of someone else, by that other person for some special purpose. A representative is entitled to certain rights based upon her or his status, including the right to bargain on behalf of employees, or to discovery of trial preparation materials. See also personal representative and registered representative.
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The regular work period of such a group
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To take the place of
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To take the place of
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(Physiology) Occurring in or performed by a part of the body not normally associated with a certain function.
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(Cricket) An aggressive batsman brought on to score runs quickly, even at the risk of losing his wicket.
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Raised or kept for the production of a farm product rather than for show or as pets:
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(Baseball) A relief pitcher.
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Pertaining to, or acting as, a succedaneum; supplying the place of something else; being, or employed as, a substitute for another.
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The definition of a locum tenens is a British term for a person who substitutes for someone else, especially a doctor or a cleric.
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One that takes the place of another; a substitute.
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One who writes on behalf of someone else, often for a celebrity.
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A set of bound blank pages used as a model to show the size and general appearance of a book being published.
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An unwanted image similar to and overlapping or adjacent to the main one on a television screen, caused by the transmitted image being received both directly and via reflection.
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To take the place of
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To take the place of
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To usurp the place of, especially through intrigue or underhanded tactics:
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To take the place of; supplant or replace (a person or thing that one is the cause of or occasion for removing, pushing aside, etc.)
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To apply equally to.
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To take the place of
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(UK) Sales assistant.
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(U.S. Navy) An officer ranking above a lieutenant junior grade and below a lieutenant commander
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A temporary or expedient substitute for something else:
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(Chemistry) (especially in organic chemistry) the replacement of an atom, or group of atoms, in a compound, with another
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On a standby basis:
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Eye dialect spelling of standing.
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To demolish a building and build an updated form of that building in its place.
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Common misspelling of supersede.
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To take the place of
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To be held responsible for.
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To take the place of
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To take the place of
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To take the place of
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To be mistakenly seen as something that one is not
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To take the place of
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To take the place of
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To put under the influence of a spell; to affect by a spell; to bewitch; to fascinate; to charm.
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To take the place of
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To encircle, to surround in a ring, engirdle.
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To take the place of
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(Idiomatic) To do (somebody's) job; to perform or assume (somebody's) role.
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An active power or cause; that which has the power to produce an effect; as, a physical, chemical, or medicinal agent; as, heat is a powerful agent.
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An elected or appointed representative of a US territory in the House of Representatives who is entitled to speak but not vote.
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Of or pertaining to substitution or to a substitute
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Of or having to do with substitution
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(Law) The change to a lesser penalty or punishment by the State
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The act or an instance of exchanging:
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Something contrived or used to meet an urgent need:
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The act or an instance of imitating:
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The act or result of surrogating; replacement, substitution
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The definition of a vicar is a religious official who acts in place of another, or the priest of a Church of England parish, or a minister in charge of an Episcopalian chapel in the United States.
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The quality of being vicarious
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(Informal) To an extraordinary degree.
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Simple past and past participle of improvise.
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To serve as a proxy for.
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To hold over to a later time
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After the first occurrence but before the third occurrence.
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(Idiomatic) To attend something for one time, as a visitor.
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To switch is to make a change, such as altering a direction, changing one thing for another or adopting a new policy.
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(Linear algebra, combinatorics) Given an matrix , the sum over all permutations of .
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A person who serves as a substitute for a film or television actor or actress as while lights and cameras are being adjusted
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A person or thing that fills a vacancy or gap, often temporarily
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(UK, informal, often in plural) Short for subscription: a payment made for membership of a club, etc.
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The definition of commute means to travel between home and work, or to change one thing for another.
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To carry on a trade or business
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To fill sufficiently; satisfy:
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(Intransitive, idiomatic) To do something in the place of another person who is not able to perform or is less skilled; to substitute or stand in for somebody.
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To transfer from (one conveyance) to another:
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Alternative is defined as something that does not conform to existing or mainstream standards.
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Relief is the ease of pain, tension, strain or other discomfort.
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someone who takes the place of another (as when things get dangerous or difficult)
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A person who is not good enough to be considered proficient but is possible as a backup.
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To make (someone) a deputy; to officially empower.
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(UK) Alternative spelling of deputize.
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(Intransitive) To get involved; to act
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(Sports) A person highly proficient at a skill or sport who is brought in, often fraudulently, to supplement a team.
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An actor who takes the place of another actor in scenes requiring special skills or preparations:
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