Synonyms of overthrow in English:

overthrow


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See Spanish definition of derrocar

verb

1‘the President was overthrown in a bloodless coup’

SYNONYMS
remove, remove from office, remove from power, bring down, bring about the downfall of, topple, bring low, undo, depose, oust, displace, supplant, unseat, subvert, dethrone, disestablish, dissolve
informal defenestrate

2‘a deliberate attempt to overthrow the established order’

SYNONYMS
put an end to, defeat, conquer, displace, break up, subvert, annihilate, dissolve

noun

1‘the overthrow of King Richard’

SYNONYMS
removal, removal from office, removal from power, downfall, fall, collapse, toppling, undoing, deposition, ousting, displacement, supplanting, unseating, subversion, dethronement, disestablishment, dissolution
informal defenestration

2‘their aim was the overthrow of capitalism’

SYNONYMS
ending, defeat, displacement, fall, rout, collapse, downfall, demise, break-up, subversion, annihilation, dissolution