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British pronunciation/dɪsplˈe‍ɪs/
American pronunciation/dɪsˈpɫeɪs/
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to make someone leave their home by force, particularly because of an unpleasant event

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to move something from its usual position or location to another

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to replace the position or importance of something

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to discharge someone from a job, position of authority, or a role they previously held

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War and political unrest in the area have displaced generations of people.
The conflict in the region has continued to displace thousands of families.
The government's decision to construct a new highway project will displace numerous families.
Natural disasters such as hurricanes and floods have the power to displace entire communities.
The wildfire raging through the forest threatened to displace residents in nearby towns.
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