surrogate (plural surrogates)
- A substitute (usually of a person, position or role).
- A mixture of horseradish and mustard often serves as a surrogate for wasabi.
- A person or animal that acts as a substitute for the social or pastoral role of another, such as a surrogate mother.
- (chiefly Britain) A deputy for a bishop in granting licences for marriage.
- (US law) A judicial officer of limited jurisdiction, who administers matters of probate and interstate succession and, in some cases, adoptions.
- A surrogate or surrogate key is a unique identifier for either an entity in the modeled world or an object in the database.
- (computing) Any of a range of Unicode codepoints which are used in pairs in UTF-16 to represent characters beyond the Basic Multilingual Plane.
- See also Thesaurus:substitute
A person or animal that acts as a substitute for another
deputy for a bishop
US: judicial officer of limited jurisdiction
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Translations to be checked
- Of, concerning, relating to or acting as a substitute.
Of, concerning, relating to or acting as a substitute
to appoint a successor