suplantar
transitive verb
1. (to replace fraudulently) 
María suplantó a su hermana gemela en el examen.Maria took the place of her twin sister for the exam.
Alguien me suplantó en Facebook. Juro que yo no publiqué esas fotos.Someone impersonated me on Facebook. I swear I didn't post that photos.
c. to supplant (formal) 
Hoy en día es muy fácil que un desconocido suplante tu identidad en Internet.Nowadays it is very easy for a stranger to supplant your identity on the Internet.
2. (to falsify) 
a. to forge 
La escritura de la propiedad había sido suplantada en parte.The deed to the property had been partially forged.
3. (to substitute) (Southern Cone) 
Alicia va a suplantar a la profesora de geografía mientras está con licencia por maternidad.Alicia is going to stand in for the Geography teacher while she's on maternity leave.
suplantar
transitive verb
1. (general) 
a. to take the place of 
suplantar
transitive verb
1 (sustituir) to supplant; take the place of; (hacerse pasar por otro) to impersonate
2 (And) (falsificar) to falsify; forge
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