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displacement
dɪs'pleɪsmənt
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. Act of taking the place of another especially using underhanded tactics.
  2. Act of removing from office or employment.
  3. To move something from its natural environment.
  4. The act of uniform movement.
  5. An event in which something is displaced without rotation.
  6. A defense mechanism that transfers affect or reaction from the original object to some more acceptable one.
  7. A reaction in which an elementary substance displaces and sets free a constituent element from a compound.
Hyphenationdis•place•ment
Part of Speech(名) noun
Matching Results
换置huànzhìto swap; to exchange; to transpose; to replace
转位zhuǎnwèitransposition; displacement; inversion; translocation; to displace; to transpose
转位zhuànwèiindex (rotating gauge); cam gradation
移动yídòngto move; movement; migration; mobile; portable
位移wèiyídisplacement (vector)
偏移piānyídisplacement; deviation; offset
排水量páishuǐ liàngdisplacement
错位cuòwèito misplace; displacement (e.g. of broken bones); out of alignment; faulty contact; erroneous judgment; inversion (medical, e.g. breach delivery)
移位yíwèito shift; shift; translocation; displacement; (medicine) dislocation
置换zhìhuànto permute; permutation (math.); to displace; displacement; to replace; replacement
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