What is the opposite of bring?

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Opposite of to carry or transport, usually from one place to another
“The doctors would later advise him to leave his belongings and follow them through the hallway.”
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(of a person) Opposite of to chaperon or escort
“He's a bit temperamental at the moment, so best to let him be.”
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Opposite of to cause to occur
“You can avoid grammatical errors by proofreading your work.”
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Opposite of to fetch (an amount of money) as income or profit
“If the investment does not pan out, they will likely lose a lot of money.”
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Opposite of to initiate legal action against someone
“He states that he is willing to drop the charges against you if you pay for the repairs.”
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Opposite of to bring about or cause to happen
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Opposite of to bring or invite someone to share in an activity
“Harmful gossip and rumors can create tension, factionalize groups and ostracize individuals.”
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Opposite of to evoke or draw out (a reaction, answer, or fact) from someone
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Opposite of to motivate one to do something
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Opposite of to be the cause of
“Your method for conducting the experiment will introduce an anomaly that will impede the desired outcome.”
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Opposite of to give what is needed or desired
“You can bring some food for the party, and I will gladly consume it.”
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Opposite of to carry, bring or take something
“Eventually, it becomes too much to bear, and I drop everything on the floor.”
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Opposite of to add a certain quality or feature to something
“The use of somber colors will remove any energy from the room.”
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Opposite of to bring or transport something to its destination
“The resident said he would be able to drive to the local shopping center to collect his mail from the post office.”
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Opposite of to physically guide a person or animal
“The horse would follow John to water, but would not drink.”
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Opposite of to move or transfer (someone or something) to another place or situation
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Opposite of to put forward (a plan or suggestion) for consideration by others
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Opposite of bring to a premature end because of a problem or fault
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Opposite of to earn through work or effort
“Players are advised that if they cheat, they forfeit their participation.”
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(buying or selling) Opposite of to be purchasable for a specified price
“Jennifer says that her love will not cost a thing.”
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Opposite of to direct or escort someone to a given place
“Resist the temptation to listen to these concerns, because they are akin to the Odyssey's sirens in their attempt to entice and misdirect us from our ultimate destination.”
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Opposite of to move or cause to move from one place to another, especially over a small distance
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(result in) Opposite of to have as a consequence
“Hyperactivity can sometimes begin with the consumption of too much sugar.”
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