What is the opposite of arrive?

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Opposite of to show up or make an appearance at a given place
“After a week of holidays at the Maldives resort, it is time to depart.”
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(arrive at) Opposite of to reach a given destination
“Quaid would have to leave Earth and get his behind to Mars.”
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(informal) Opposite of to achieve success or recognition
“The legislation would fail miserably to achieve its aim of lowering prices.”
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(arrive at) Opposite of to reach (a conclusion or decision)
“Despite walking away from his post, he would challenge their assertion that he was a failure.”
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Opposite of to occur or come into existence
“The older models will eventually go, and will not be sold in the near future.”
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Opposite of to go somewhere, typically with some degree of difficulty
“I don't feel like going anywhere. Let's just stay here.”
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Opposite of to make an appearance
“Your decision to ignore your initial court hearing will not be looked upon favorably when the jury decides your fate.”
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Opposite of to be successful
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Opposite of appear or be present when expected
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Opposite of to get to a destination (in a general sense)
“A pilot waiting in line to depart from Los Angeles airport on a clear night will often see airplanes on approach strung out like Christmas lights for 40 miles or more.”
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Opposite of to arrive somewhere (for a given event or purpose)
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Opposite of to come into being or have its starting point at a certain time or place
“The two tribes have agreed to cease all hostilities with each other in order to bring peace and harmony to their own villages.”
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Opposite of leave a ship, aircraft, or train
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Opposite of to come to rest after a descent from above
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Opposite of occur as a result
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Opposite of to come or go near, or nearer to, in place or time
“The enemy was there before them, but would quickly retreat at the sight of shields and pikes.”
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Opposite of to gradually increase in detail
“Let us analyze the facts as they are now before they begin to complicate matters.”
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Opposite of to be published or offered for sale
“The author will publish the book this month to coincide with the release of the movie.”
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