简明英汉词典

replace
[ri(:)5pleis]
vt.
取代, 替换, 代替, 把...放回原处

美国传统词典[双解]

replace
re.place
AHD:[r1-pl3s“]
D.J.[ri6pleis]
K.K.[r!6ples]
v.tr.(及物动词)
re.placedre.plac.ingre.plac.es缩写 repl.

(1)

To put back into a former position or place.
把…放回:把…放回原先的位置或地方

(2)

To take or fill the place of.
取代:取代或填充…的位置;代替

(3)

To be or provide a substitute for.
提供代替品:作为或提供对…更换物

(4)

To pay back or return; refund.
偿还,归还;退回

继承用法

replaceable
adj.(形容词)

replacer
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

replacesupplantsupersede

(2)

These verbs are compared as they mean to turn someone or something out and place another in his, her, or its stead. To replace is to be or furnish an equivalent or a substitute in the place of another, especially another that has been lost, depleted, worn out, or discharged:
这些动词在用来指把某人或某物辞退或搬走并用他人或他物代替他、她或它时具可比性。Replace 是指成为或提供代替他人或他物的物或人的相等物或替换物, 尤其是对已经丢失、耗尽、用竭或被辞退:
“A conspiracy was carefully engineered to replace the Directory by three Consuls” (H.G. Wells).
“细心策划密谋以三个执政官取代督政府” (H.G,威尔斯)。
“I succeed him [Benjamin Franklin, as envoy to France] ; no one could replace him” (Thomas Jefferson).
“我接替他[本杰明·富兰克林,作为派往法国的特使] ;没有人能够取代他” (托马斯·杰弗逊)。

(3)

Supplant often suggests the use of intrigue or underhanded tactics to take another's place:
Supplant 通常指用阴谋诡计或卑鄙的手段来取代他人的位置:
“The rivaling poor Jones, and supplanting him in her affections, added another spur to his pursuit” (Henry Fielding). The term does not, however, invariably have this connotation:
“对抗的可怜的琼斯,以及用她的影响取代他的位置的举动进一步刺激了他的追求” (亨利·费尔汀)。然而,这个词语并不是一成不变地只有这个涵义:
“The steam engine began to supplant the muscular power of men and animals” (James Harvey Robinson). To supersede is to replace one person or thing by another held to be superior, more valuable or useful, or less antiquated:
“蒸汽机开始取代人和动物的劳动” (詹姆士·哈维·罗宾逊)。Supersede 是指用另一个被认为更优秀、更有价值、更有用或者更年轻的人或物代替某人或某物:
“In our island the Latin appears never to have superseded the old Gaelic speech” (Macaulay).
“在我们的岛上古老的盖尔语似乎永远被拉丁语所取代” (麦考利)。
“Each of us carries his own life-form—an indeterminable form which cannot be superseded by any other” (Carl Jung).
我们每个人都有自己的生活方式-一种无法查明、不能被其它任何一种方式取代的方式” (卡尔·荣格)

现代英汉词典

replace
[rI5pleIs]
vt.
replaced, replacing

(1)

放回原处
When you have finished using the axe, please replace it.
当你用完斧子时,请放回原处。

(2)

取代;代替
George replaced Edward as captain.
乔治接任爱德华当队长。
"The new city, Brasilia, replaced Rio de Janeiro as the capital of Brazil in 1960."
巴西利亚这座新城市于1960年取代了里约热内卢成了巴西的首都 。

(3)

(常与with, by连用)用…代替

现代英汉综合大辞典

replace
[ri(:)5pleis]
vt.

(1)

把...放回原处[原位]

(2)

使恢复(原职)

(3)

代替, 取代(by, with); 接替, 替换

(4)

归还; 赔偿

(5)

【化】置换
replace coal by [with] gas
用煤气代替煤作燃料
replace borrowed money
还借款
R-the magazines after reading.
杂志阅后放回原处。
Can anything replace a mother's love and care?
有什么东西能取代母亲的爱和关怀吗?

继承用法

replaceable
[rI`pleIsEbl]
adj.
可替[更, 互]换的; 可放回原处的; 变换式的

参考词汇
replace     supersede     supplant    
都含“代替”的意思。

(1)

replace 指“代替某人”或“取代已经失去的、毁坏的或用坏的东西”, 如:
We replace defective tubes.
我们更换有毛病的管子。

(2)

supersede系正式用语, 指“用更好的、最新的东西替换过时的或无用的东西”, 如:
The sailing ships were superseded by the steamships.
帆船已被汽船所取代。

(3)

supplant 指“以武力、欺骗等手段替代原来的人或其职位”, 如:
The prime minister was supplanted by his rival.
首相被他的政敌赶下台了。

用法词典

replace
re- 回+place安放

英文相关词典

replace
remove    

[七国语言]英汉矿业大词典

replace
置换

[七国语言]英汉数学大词典

replace
替换

美国传统词典

replace
re.place
AHD:[r1-pl3s“]
D.J.[ri6pleis]
K.K.[r!6ples]
v.tr.
re.placed, re.plac.ing, re.plac.esAbbr. repl.

(1)

To put back into a former position or place.

(2)

To take or fill the place of.

(3)

To be or provide a substitute for.

(4)

To pay back or return; refund.

继承用法

replaceable
adj.

replacer
n.

参考词汇

(1)

replace, supplant, supersede

(2)

These verbs are compared as they mean to turn someone or something out and place another in his, her, or its stead. To replace is to be or furnish an equivalent or a substitute in the place of another, especially another that has been lost, depleted, worn out, or discharged:
“A conspiracy was carefully engineered to replace the Directory by three Consuls” (H.G. Wells).
“I succeed him [Benjamin Franklin, as envoy to France] ; no one could replace him” (Thomas Jefferson).

(3)

Supplant often suggests the use of intrigue or underhanded tactics to take another's place:
“The rivaling poor Jones, and supplanting him in her affections, added another spur to his pursuit” (Henry Fielding). The term does not, however, invariably have this connotation:
“The steam engine began to supplant the muscular power of men and animals” (James Harvey Robinson). To supersede is to replace one person or thing by another held to be superior, more valuable or useful, or less antiquated:
“In our island the Latin appears never to have superseded the old Gaelic speech” (Macaulay).
“Each of us carries his own life-form—an indeterminable form which cannot be superseded by any other” (Carl Jung).

英汉船舶大词典

replace
n.替代,替换

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

replace
【动】替换,置换,代换,淘汰

英汉电信大词典

replace
n.代替

英汉法学大词典

replace
v.撤换 ,代替,更换,更新

英汉航海大词典

replace
n.代替

英汉航空大词典

replace
n.更换,替换;n.替换

英汉化学大词典

replace
n.代替,置换,放回原位,补充,置于新位置,复置;vt.替换,把...放回,归还

英汉海运大词典

replace
以…代替,替换把…放回原位

基本词义

replace
更换,代替,置换以…代替,替换把…放回原位

基本词义

replace
以…代替,替换,更换,代替,置换把…放回原位

英汉经贸大词典

replace
n.代替

英汉计算机大词典

replace
vt.替换(把...放回,归还)

英汉机械大词典

replace
v.置换,替

英汉农牧林大词典

replace
n.更换,替换,更新

英汉水利大词典

replace
n.置换,代替,补充

英汉冶金大词典

replace
n.替换,调换

英汉中医大词典

replace
n.取代,代替,把...放回原处

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