To replace in power, authority, validity, or importance.

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The new corporate by law can supercede the previous standard of operating procedures by citing it when ever asked about it.

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I am the CEO of the company and you are just the janitor, so my commands will supercede your own because you are below me in status.

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The attorney included language in our recent wills that provides the document shall nullify and supercede any documents executed previously.

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