Definitions of "substitution"
  1. The act of replacing a person or object with another
  2. An arrangement where a recipient is instructed to hold transferred assets and then pass them on to another individual
  3. When an existing party in a legal case who is unable to proceed, such as due to death or incapacity, is replaced by a new party through a formal court request
  4. The act of supplanting an original contract or obligation with a brand new one
How to use "substitution" in a sentence
  1. The court allowed a substitution after the plaintiff became unable to proceed with the case.
  2. Through a mechanism of substitution, the beneficiary was instructed to keep the inheritance for a while and then pass it to another person.
  3. The company made a substitution, replacing the initial contract with a fresh one that better suited their evolving needs.

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