to take the place of something, to put something back
Past Participle form
I replace the milk whenever it's finished.
When I use someone else's teabags I always replace it.
A: Can I use some of your coffee?
B: Will you replace it?
A: Of course.
B: Then yes.
The plumber replaced an old pipe in the kitchen.
Last week I replaced my old TV with a new one.
A: This year shall we replace the furniture in your bedroom?
B: I only replaced it all two years ago. Do we need to?
A: It's looking a little old.
B: I'll think about it.
I'm replacing my old car in the next year.
She's replacing her sofa which has been well worn over the years.
A: What are you doing this weekend?
B: I'm replacing a vase I broke last weekend.
A: How did it break?
B: I was playing with the dog and we knocked the table it was on.
I've replaced the broken part and it should work now.
The engineer has replaced parts of the drawing and it's now finished.
A: Have you replaced the money you borrowed?
B: Not yet. Can I replace it after pay day?
A: When's that?
B: Next week.
A: Okay, but it must be then.