give place to


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give place to

To be replaced by something or someone else. With that loss, we gave place to the team below us in the standings and found ourselves outside the playoff picture.
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give ˈplace to somebody/something

(formal) be replaced by somebody/something: Houses and factories gave place to open fields as the train gathered speed.
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We give place to reviews which include current information in our journal as much as possible and we aim to update our information with these reviews.
Spring is in the air and dark mystery games give place to romantic and family hidden object adventures.
There will also be less flexibility for admissions staff at Coventry University to give place to applicants who have slightly lower grades than they need.
Rather, to be humble means "to give place to another.
The world of literary scholarship is based on paradigms which break down to give place to new ones.
What's most important is how we give place to God in our lives and how we manage our lives to receive God.
Will national economies disappear to give place to a one-world economy?
Or rather, shall all private respects give place to that holy name?
Though they provide some level of security, there is agreement among experts that existing technologies and systems are basically stopgap measures, a necessity that should give place to better, more cost-effective screening technologies -- and the sooner the better.
The operation is the subject of 3 lots which will give place to the award of 3 separate contracts: Lot 1: EXIDE Batteries IvecoLot 2: CNH Parts - MechanicalLot 3: HUBNER Parts - Joints