1. III
1) replace smb., smth. we haven't been able to get anyone to replace her мы не могли найти никого, кто бы ее заменил; can anything replace a mother's love and саге? разве может что-либо заменить материнскую любовь и заботу?; have buses replaced trams in your town? автобусы уже вытеснили трамваи в вашем городе?
2) replace smth. replace a broken dish (a broken vase, etc.) заменить разбитое блюдо и т.д.; I will replace the cup I broke я принесу точно такую же чашку, как я разбил; replace the stolen money возместить украденную сумму денег
2. IV
replace smb., smth. in some manner replace smb., smth. effectively /promptly, skilfully, etc./ эффективно /успешно/ и т.д. замещать кого-л., заменять что-л.; the telephone is rapidly replacing the telegraph телефон быстро вытесняет телеграф
3. XXI1
smb. during (at, on, etc.) smth. replace smb. during his absence (a colleague at school, the king on the throne, etc.) замещать кого-л. на время его отсутствия и т.д.; replace smb. by smb. replace smb. by a new-comer (Mr. A. by Mr. В in the office, etc.) заменять кого-л. новым человеком и т.д.; replace smith. by /with /smth. replace an original picture by /with/ a copy (buildings of wood by those of stone, coin by paper money, coal fires by gas, etc.) заменять оригинальную картину копией и т.д.
4. XXIV1
replace smb., smth. as smb., smth. Mr. Smith has replaced Mr. Brown as manager мистер Смит сменил /занял место/ мистера Брауна на посту управляющего; electricity has replaced gas as a means of illumination электричество заменило газ как средство освещения

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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