What is the opposite of come?

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Opposite of to arrive at, or get to, a destination
“I think it would be appropriate for you to leave this party at this instant.”
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(come to) Opposite of to arrive at a given place
“After a short respite, we would continue our long drive interstate.”
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(come to) Opposite of to arrive at a given place
“After a failed expedition to the top of Mount Everest, the fatigued climbers decided it was time to turn around and return to base.”
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(retreat) Opposite of to move or travel towards
“Her heart sank when she saw him leave.”
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(remain) Opposite of to move or travel towards
“He would remain in the same position, unresponsive to my calls.”
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Opposite of to take place or come about
“Moments like these disappear as quickly as they appear.”
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(come from) Opposite of to originate from by birth or as a native
“The family would eventually migrate to another country to escape the oppressive rule of the King.”
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Opposite of to reach a specified point, state, or situation
“The scanning of my harddisk would discontinue at around eighty per-cent, causing my frustration to mount.”
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Opposite of to be sold, available, or found in a specified form
“The company announced that the trendy coffee machine would be unavailable in blue and grey.”
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Opposite of to make progress
“His condition will regress if we don't do anything about it now.”
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Opposite of have a specified beginning
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Opposite of to happen or take place
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Opposite of to take place or do something by accident or without intending to
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Opposite of to have put in an appearance
“She has left work early because she is feeling sick.”
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Opposite of to arrive somewhere (for a given event or purpose)
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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 pass into or be in a specified state, especially an undesirable one
“Pickles can remain edible for as long as one to two years past the expiration date if they are properly stored.”
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Opposite of to have its source
“Glaciers abutting the river disgorge house-size icebergs into the water, and then the current lofts them away.”
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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 intervene between parties
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Opposite of to fare or perform, either well or badly
“You can tell that he was starting to wane as the game progressed.”
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(call on/round/at) Opposite of to make a brief, usually social, visit
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