supercede

Supercede vs Supplement - What's the difference?

supercede | supplement |


As a verb supercede

is .

As a noun supplement is

supplement.

Preempt vs Supercede - What's the difference?

preempt | supercede |


As verbs the difference between preempt and supercede

is that preempt is (nonstandard) while supercede is .

Precedence vs Supercede - What's the difference?

precedence | supercede |


As a noun precedence

is the state of preceding in importance or priority.

As a verb supercede is

.

Supercede vs Outstrip - What's the difference?

supercede | outstrip |


As verbs the difference between supercede and outstrip

is that supercede is while outstrip is to outrun or leave behind.

Supercede vs Substitute - What's the difference?

supercede | substitute |


As verbs the difference between supercede and substitute

is that supercede is while substitute is to use in place of something else, with the same function.

As a noun substitute is

a replacement or stand-in for something that achieves a similar result or purpose.

Supplant vs Supercede - What's the difference?

supplant | supercede |


As verbs the difference between supplant and supercede

is that supplant is to take the place of; to replace, to supersede while supercede is .

Supercede vs Supercee - What's the difference?

supercede | supercee |


As a verb supercede

is .

As a noun supercee is

(rare|science fiction) faster-than-light travelling speed.

Superceed vs Supercede - What's the difference?

superceed | supercede |


In misspelling of|supersede|lang=en terms the difference between superceed and supercede

is that superceed is while supercede is .

As verbs the difference between superceed and supercede

is that superceed is while supercede is .

Superceded vs Supercede - What's the difference?

superceded | supercede |


As an adjective superceded

is (supercede):.

As a verb supercede is

.

Supercede vs Surpass - What's the difference?

supercede | surpass |


As verbs the difference between supercede and surpass

is that supercede is while surpass is to go beyond, especially in a metaphoric or technical manner; to exceed.

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