- take the place of (a person or thing previously in authority or use); supplant
verb: supersede, 3rd person present: supersedes, gerund or present participle: superseding, past tense: superseded, past participle: superseded
- 1. take the place of (a person or thing previously in authority or use); supplant:
the older models of car have now been superseded
- v.take the place of (a person or thing previously in authority or use); supplant:
- the older models have now been superseded
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Eventually these were superseded by 'small clock', or French, hours, which split the day into two 12-hour periods commencing at midnight?
French hours（形容詞＋普通名詞）之間是不加上逗號的。此外，French hours是用來說明small clock是什麼東西的（or有換句話說的意思：又名xxx）。後面的which ...要加逗號是因為它是非限定性質的修飾語。 應該是排版時誤植了逗號。
...永遠趕不上變化，變化抵不上客戶一通電話" --- 郭語錄051 Changes supersede plans. Customer demands supersede changes. [...