Definitions of "supersede"
  1. To delay or set aside for later consideration
  2. To step into the role or position of someone or something with authority
  3. To replace something, making it obsolete or irrelevant
How to use "supersede" in a sentence
  1. The new regulations will supersede the previous ones regarding online privacy.
  2. During the temporary absence of the manager, her assistant is expected to supersede.
  3. The introduction of email has largely superseded traditional mail in business correspondence.

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