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‘replacement of’ or ‘replacement for’

Should you say ‘replacement of’ or ‘replacement for’? There are two commonly used meanings of the word ‘replacement’: 1. a person or a thing that replaces another; a substitute. 2. The action or an act of replacing something. When used in the first sense, use ‘for’. Example: We need a replacement for Mr Seth, who … Continue reading

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