Definition of remplaçante in US English:

remplaçante

noun

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  • A woman who replaces or acts as a substitute for another.

Origin

Early 20th century; earliest use found in William Locke (1863–1930), novelist. From French remplaçante, feminine form corresponding to remplaçant.

Pronunciation

remplaçante

/rɒ̃plaˈsɒ̃t/