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Definition of "displaced" []

  • (of a worker) removed from office or employment (adjective)
  • (of a resident of an area) forced to moved away from that area (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of displace. (verb)

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Use "displaced" in a sentence
  • "“We will have ever larger numbers of people displaced from the Sunderbans as more island areas come under water,” he said."
  • "Base-shift dewarping can situate the narrative in an elsewhen displaced from the here-and-now in a third dimension."
  • "China will be swamped by yet more dollars displaced from the US, but is determined, as the governor of the Bank of China, Zhou Xiaochuan, repeated, to move with extreme gradualism on its currency, if it moves at all."