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supersede
(v)
su-pǝr-SEED
Meaning

cause something to be set aside as inferior or obsolete; become the replacement of a previous inferior version of something; make something obsolete; take the place of something

1st Sample Sentence

Two years ago this new version of the operating system superseded the previous one, and within another year or so an even newer version will supersede it in its turn.

Root

super (above)#sedere (to sit) (Latin)

Mnemonics

when a SUPER new thing arrives, we REPLACE /SET ASIDE the old thing because it is OBSOLETE.

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