diplasar

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowing from English displace, French déplacer and Spanish desplazar. With the -s- dropped to not confuse the word with dis- and plaso.

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VerbEdit

diplasar (present tense diplasas, past tense diplasis, future tense diplasos, imperative diplasez, conditional diplasus)

  1. (transitive) to displace
  2. (transitive) to change the place of (something)
  3. (transitive) to misplace
  4. (transitive) to put out of place (something)
  5. (transitive, with su) to move: to change one's place or residence
    Lu diplasis su ye la antea semano.
    He/she moved last week.

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