Synonyms of displace in English:

displace


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verb

1‘roof tiles are commonly displaced by gales’

SYNONYMS
dislodge, dislocate, upset, unsettle, move, shift, relocate, reposition
put out of place, move out of place, knock out of place, knock out of position, disarrange, derange, discompose, mess up, disorder, throw into disorder, throw into disarray
scatter, disperse
ANTONYMS

replace, put back, leave in place

2‘they struggled to displace the ruling class’

SYNONYMS
depose, dislodge, unseat, dethrone, remove from office, remove, dismiss, eject, oust, expel, force out, throw out, drive out, drum out
overthrow, overturn, topple, bring down
informal sack, fire, boot out, defenestrate, give someone the boot, show someone the door
British informal turf out
Military cashier
dated out
ANTONYMS

reinstate

3‘fuel crops must not displace food crops’

SYNONYMS
replace, take the place of, take over from, supplant, oust, supersede, succeed, override
informal crowd out