outplace


outplace
   to dismiss from employment
   Not being sent to work away from the plant or office:
    ... despite the fact that your company is doing rather well, you have been sacked or, rather, 're-engineered', 'downsized', 'unassigned', 'proactively outplaced' or 'put in the mobility pool'. (Sunday Telegraph, 27 October 1996)

How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms. . 2014.

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  • outplace — (ˈ) ̷ ̷| ̷ ̷ transitive verb Etymology: out (I) + place : displace grain sorghums are valuable because of drought resistance and this factor has let the sorghums outplace maize Biological Abstracts …   Useful english dictionary

  • outplace — /owt plays /, v.t., outplaced, outplacing. 1. to provide outplacement for. 2. to displace; supplant: Suburban shopping malls outplaced urban department stores in many cities. [1925 30; OUT + PLACE] * * * …   Universalium

  • outplace — verb To terminate a persons employment, but help the former employee to obtain another post …   Wiktionary

  • outplace — /ˈaʊtpleɪs/ (say owtplays) verb (t) (outplaced, outplacing) to find a position for (an employee) with another business or organisation. –outplacement, noun –outplacement, adjective …   Australian English dictionary

  • Amakudari — is the institutionalised practice where Japanese senior bureaucrats retire to high profile positions in the private and public sectors. The practice is increasingly viewed as corrupt and a drag on unfastening the ties between private sector and… …   Wikipedia

  • History of Oregon wine production — The history of Oregon wine production stretches back to before the state was incorporated. Settlers to the Oregon Territory planted grapes as early as the 1840s, however the production of wine has only been a significant industry in Oregon since… …   Wikipedia

  • outplaced — See outplace. * * * …   Universalium

  • outplacement — [ autplasmɑ̃ ] n. m. • 1986; mot angl. amér. ♦ Aide au reclassement professionnel d un cadre licencié. Cabinet d outplacement. ● outplacement nom masculin Technique visant à la recherche d un nouvel emploi pour des salariés en cours de… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • replace — [v] take the place of; put in place of alter, back up, change, compensate, displace, fill in, follow, front for*, give back, mend, oust, outplace, patch, pinch hit for*, put back, reconstitute, recoup, recover, redeem, redress, reestablish,… …   New thesaurus

  • supersede — [v] take the place of; override abandon, annul, desert, discard, displace, forsake, oust, outmode, outplace, overrule, reject, remove, replace, repudiate, set aside, succeed, supplant, supplement, suspend, take over, usurp; concepts 128,141 Ant.… …   New thesaurus


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