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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of displaced

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of displaced:

Derived Form of displaced

root word: displace
third person: displaces
past: displaced
past participle: displaced
present participle: displacing
Verb: displace
cause to move, usually with force or pressure
  1. the refugees were displaced by the war
Hyponymsdislocate, dislodge, evacuate, force out, transplant, uproot,
take the place of or have precedence over
  1. live broadcast of the presidential debate preempts the regular news hour
  2. discussion of the emergency situation will preempt the lecture by the professor
Synonymspreempt, displace,
terminate the employment of; discharge from an office or position
  1. The boss fired his secretary today
  2. The company terminated 25% of its workers
Synonymsdisplace, fire, give notice, can, dismiss, give the axe, send away, sack, force out, give the sack, terminate,
Hyponymsclean out, dismiss, furlough, pension off, retire, squeeze out,
cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense
  1. Move those boxes into the corner, please
  2. I'm moving my money to another bank
  3. The director moved more responsibilities onto his new assistant
Synonymsmove, displace,
Hyponymsadvance, agitate, beat, blow, brandish, center, change hands, chase away, circulate, dandle, disarrange, dislocate, displace, drag, drive, drop, engage, expel, exteriorize, flick, fluctuate, funnel, glide, herd, hit, hustle, jar, lateralize, launch, lift, lower, mobilize, overturn, play, pour, press down, propel, pull, pulse, pump, push, put, race, raise, rake, relocate, rock, roll, rout out, run, saltate, scan, send, separate, shift, singsong, sink, slide, sling, slip, spill, station, stir, swing, take back, transfer, translate, transmit, transport, tug, turn, unseat, unwind, uproot, upstage, wash, wedge, whistle, wind, woosh, work,
take the place of
Type ofmoved,
See alsodisplacement,
force to move
Synonymsforced out,
Type ofdisplaced, moved,
Typescrowded out, evacuated, transferred, transplanted,
move (people) forcibly from their homeland into a new and foreign environment
Synonymsderacinated, uprooted,
Type ofplaced,
cause to move, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense
Typesadvanced, agitated, based, beat, blew, booted out, bowled over, brandished, brought down, brought forward, brought outside, brought up, bumped around, carried, centered, centred, changed hands, channeled, channelised, channelized, chased away, chucked out, circulated, commoved, crowded, dandled, depressed, deracinated, directed, disarranged, disgorged, dislocated, dislodged, dispelled, displaced, distributed, disturbed, disunited, divided, dragged, drew, dropped, drove, drove away, drove off, drove out, ejected, elevated, engaged, excluded, expelled, exteriorized, extirpated, flapped, flicked, flourished, fluctuated, forced, forced out, funneled, glided, got down, got up, herded, hit, hustled, impelled, jarred, kicked out, knocked over, laid, lateralized, launched, let down, lifted, locked, lowered, luxated, meshed, mobilised, mobilized, operated, overturned, parted, passed around, passed on, placed, played, posed, positioned, posted, poured, pressed down, propelled, pulled, pulsed, pumped, pushed, put, raced, raised, raised up, raked, ran, ran off, relocated, repositioned, revolved, riffled, rocked, rolled, rooted out, roused, routed out, ruffled, rushed, saltated, sank, scanned, sent, separated, set, set in motion, shed, shifted, shipped, shook up, singsonged, slid, slipped, slopped, spilt, splattered, splayed, squeezed, stationed, stirred, stirred up, struck, swayed, swung, threw out, tipped over, took back, took down, transferred, translated, transmitted, transported, tugged, tumped over, turfed out, turned, turned back, turned out, turned over, twined, unrolled, unseated, unwound, uprooted, upset, upstaged, vexed, washed, waved, wedged, whistled, whooshed, worked, wound, wound off, wrapped,
remove or force from a position of dwelling previously occupied
Synonymsbumped, dislodged,
Type ofbooted out, chucked out, ejected, excluded, expelled, kicked out, threw out, turfed out, turned out,
put out of its usual place, position, or relationship
Type ofresettled,
See alsodisplacement,

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  2. was annexed and 160,000 Greek Cypriots were displaced.
  3. the civil war, and had moved to Cameroon where he dedicated his life to caring for displaced
  4. displaced workers in the past, it often did so very literally, a landowner with a superior
  5. queens of Europe, which displaced feudalism, ushering in the modern age. All because
  6. The massive bulk of the Akula class displaced a whopping forty-eight thousand tons, or almost
  7. I ain't displaced and I'm still earnin' my pay.
  8. And the cello and the second violin are in displaced octaves of thirds.
  9. >> Millions of Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims were displaced
  10. The water displaced by the Three Gorges Dam
  11. in July of 1921, Hitler actually displaced Drexler as head of the party and pushed Drexler
  12. The importance of this cant be overstated. Colombia currently has more internally-displaced
  13. After World War II, Modernism was eventually displaced by Postmodernism,
  14. will be displaced in the wake of a Cascadia earthquake and tsunami.
  15. Fight Club, intentionally or not, exposes the crisis of masculine identity as the 'hetero-white-male is displaced' as the societal default,
  16. Plus, when Poes body was displaced to another burial in 1875, the coffin broke and witnesses
  17. The war, which is still ongoing, displaced half of Syrias population, which is 12
  18. Gradually, the remaining freshwater and marine temnospondyls found themselves displaced.
  19. who were displaced with nthe creation of Israel in 1948.
  20. That's because in 2007, the Odinson set up a new version of Asgard for his displaced