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displant

[dis-plant, -plahnt] /dɪsˈplænt, -ˈplɑnt/
verb (used with object), Obsolete
1.
to dislodge.
2.
to transplant.
Origin
1485-1495
1485-95; dis-1 + plant, modeled on Middle French desplanter
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British Dictionary definitions for dis plant

displant

/dɪsˈplɑːnt/
verb (transitive) (obsolete)
1.
to displace
2.
to transplant (a plant)
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