Displace and Put

Displace

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Displace verb – To change the place or position of.
Put is an antonym for displace.
Nearby Words: displacement, displacing
Antonyms for Displace

Put

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Put verb – To arrange something in a certain spot or position.
Usage example: you can put this box next to the bookshelf

Displace is an antonym for put in topics: position, commit, propose.
Nearby Words: putting, putted
Antonyms for Put
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Common collocations

soul displace soul put soul
mind displace mind put mind
faith displace faith put faith
people displace people put people
Other nouns: someone, time.
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