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Substitute may refer to:
- Substitute good: two goods are substitutes in demand if, when the market price of the first good rises, the demand of the second good also rises, and vice-versa.
- Ersatz, an artificial replacement differing in kind from and inferior in quality to what it replaces.
In film and television:
- The Substitute, a 1996 action-crime-thriller film starring Tom Berenger
- Substitute (film), a film by Vikash Dhorasoo
- The Substitute (1993 film), a telefilm by Martin Donovan
- The Substitute (2007 film)
- "Substitute" (Beavis and Butt-head episode)
- "The Substitute" (Lost), an episode of Lost
- "The Substitute" (Recess episode)
- "The Substitute", a Season 1 episode of Saved by the Bell
- "The Substitute", a Glee (season 2) episode
- "Substitute" (Clout song)
- "Substitute" (Izabella Scorupco song)
- "Substitute" (Righteous Brothers song)
- "Substitute" (The Who song)
In other uses:
- Substitute (character), a control character used in the place of another character
- Substitute teacher, a temporary replacement that takes over in a teacher's absence
- Substitute flag, part of the International maritime signal flags set
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