What is the opposite of contract?

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Noun
Opposite of a written or spoken agreement, usually legal or official
“The disagreement between the siblings would lead to tensions within their social circle.”
Noun
Opposite of a solemn promise regarding one's future action or behavior
“You said we would be together for life, but your betrayal is tearing us apart!”
Noun
Opposite of a link or connection, especially one between commercial companies
Noun
Opposite of an informal contract or mutual agreement
“The business partners had a disagreement on the roles each would play in the affairs of the organization.”
Noun
Opposite of a contract by which one party conveys land, property, services, etc. to another for a specified time, usually in return for a periodic payment
Noun
Opposite of condition of agreement
Noun
Opposite of a task or action that one is required to perform as part of one's job
Noun
Opposite of a declaration or assurance that one will do something or that a particular thing will happen
“Since there had been a breach of his contract, the company had decided not to pay him out.”
Noun
Opposite of official or legal paperwork
Noun
Opposite of a pledge or undertaking
Noun
Opposite of a formal document granting or demanding certain rights or liberties
Verb
Opposite of to enter into a formal and legally binding agreement
“The company would terminate its agreement with the vendor due to poor customer service.”
Verb
Opposite of to hire or be hired
“Management will likely dismiss John from his position should he elicit another poor review for his job performance.”
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Opposite of to catch or develop (a disease or infectious agent)
“He would avert the common cold by avoiding public transport.”
Verb
Opposite of to decrease in size, number, or range
“With a healthy sales forecast for the upcoming year, management has endorsed a request to expand the team's headcount by two.”
Verb
Opposite of to shorten (a word or phrase) by combination or elision
“Ian preferred to expand his words in full and rather than use an abbreviated version.”
Verb
(of a muscle) Opposite of to become shorter and tighter in order to effect movement of part of the body
“I like to start my workout with some light cardio to relax the muscles.”
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Opposite of to draw together so as to wrinkle
“She would broaden her smile when she felt his gaze fall upon her.”
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Opposite of to catch a disease or illness
“It typically takes about a week to recover from a cold or flu.”
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Opposite of to acquire or secure as a result of a contest, conflict, bet, or other endeavor
“He will lose the lead if he expends too much energy trying to maintain it.”
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Opposite of to pledge or enter into a contract to do something
“There may be consequences if you break your contract with the company.”
Verb
Opposite of die from the effect of a disease or injury
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Opposite of to give official or legal power to
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Opposite of to settle on a particular arrangement; to come to terms to
“The Persarmenians would reject the terms offered to them by the envoys of the Persian king.”
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Opposite of try to reach an agreement or compromise by discussion
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Opposite of to distort or contort
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Opposite of decide on conditions
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Opposite of come to an agreement
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Opposite of to establish or stipulate as a previous condition
“Is the contract rigid enough to prevent any deviations from our agreement?”
Verb
(with reference to a limb or joint) Opposite of to bend or become bent
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Opposite of negotiate the terms and conditions of a transaction
Verb
Opposite of to decrease or reduce in intensity, quantity, or speed
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