What is the opposite of carried?

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Adjective
Opposite of voted for
Adjective
(kept) Opposite of transported
Adjective
(settled) Opposite of transported
Verb
Opposite of to have carried or brought along with
“My new guitar was too bulky to take with me, and so I left it in Spain.”
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Opposite of to have comprised of, as part of a whole
“The concert only featured artists from the rock genre and excluded country music.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to lift or support the weight of (someone or something)
“I hear sirens and see cop cars and fire trucks head towards my house, so I drop the groceries and run home as quickly as I can.”
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Opposite of past tense for to move (someone or something) from one place to another
“I leave the first lot of passengers at the resort and then return to the Bay to pick up the remaining tourists.”
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Opposite of past tense for to persuade (others) to support one's policy
“Exasperated at even an attempt to dissuade them from an act which only the genius of evil could have suggested, they murdered the unfortunate Syndic.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to support the weight of
“The carriages will break under the weight of all that we're taking with us to Mount Vernon.”
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(of a shop) Opposite of past tense for to keep a regular stock of (goods for sale)
“It leaves the retailer no choice but to discount heavily in a desperate attempt to remove stock from the shelves.”
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Opposite of past tense for to approve (a proposed measure) by a majority of votes
“They reject the proposal to cut reimbursement prices arbitrarily, knowing full well this action would cripple a large segment of the domestic industry.”
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(of a sound or voice) Opposite of past tense for to travel a certain distance or reach a specified point
“That cry for help in the night would fade at the seawall.”
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Opposite of past tense for to assume or accept (responsibility or blame)
“Like most of his countrymen, he would shirk responsibility and would endeavor to throw as much as he could on the shoulders of others.”
Verb
Opposite of past tense for to gain (a state or district) in an election
“Our weekly forecast predicts that the President will lose the state of Delaware by a margin of 40.3%.”
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(media) Opposite of past tense for to publish or broadcast
“If you have ever taped movies from television, you will know how films often cut to accommodate commercials or censor controversial scenes.”
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Opposite of past tense for to receive as a return for effort
“Apparently, his penitentiary has bestowed him the honor of model prisoner.”
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