What is the opposite of crash?

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Noun
Opposite of a sudden loud noise as of something breaking or hitting another object
Noun
Opposite of a (typically sudden) failure or collapse
Noun
Opposite of a forceful hit or strike
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Opposite of a sound or noise, typically loud, unpleasant and prolonged
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Opposite of a sudden or dramatic deterioration or decrease
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Opposite of a forceful collision of two things
“The aversion of traffic calamity was a result of the two drivers' avoidance of an accident, thanks to their quick thinking and reaction.”
Noun
Opposite of a reduction in the value of an asset over time, due in particular to wear and tear
“It can be tricky to determine a property's actual appreciation in value over time, in part because there's a distinct human tendency to deceive ourselves.”
Noun
Opposite of a violent shock as from a heavy blow
Noun
Opposite of the collapse of a business
“Hard work and unwavering commitment have naturally led to the prosperity of his family's business.”
Noun
Opposite of an instance of a structure falling down or giving way
“The build was carried out over the weekend despite the torrential rain and strong winds.”
Noun
Opposite of a dull, heavy sound, such as that made by an object falling to the ground
Noun
Opposite of the state or condition of not meeting a desirable or intended objective,
“Later, prodigious energy, courage, and rough intelligence brought him success in negotiations with the representatives of an ailing Manchu empire.”
Noun
Opposite of the action or state of not functioning
“The functionality of the program will depend significantly on how well-written the code is.”
Noun
Opposite of a physical impact or the act of causing one
Noun
Opposite of an involuntary slip or fall
“While a quick recovery is vulnerable to attacks if the enemy is close, it can be just as vulnerable to stay prone after a knockdown.”
Noun
Opposite of an unstable time or period, usually marked by intense difficulty or danger
“The government promotes economic stability through monetary and fiscal policies.”
Noun
Opposite of a loud, deep sound uttered by a person, crowd or animal
“He let out a small whimper but stood his ground, hands clenched into shaking fists.”
Noun
Opposite of a failure to function normally
Noun
Opposite of a sudden failure of an institution, person or undertaking
“Having conversations about personal areas where they each need growth can be a vulnerable experience but is vital to the success of their marriage.”
Verb
Opposite of to fall down or plummet from an elevated position
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Opposite of to fail, collapse or stop functioning, especially suddenly
Verb
Opposite of to lie down or go to bed with the intention of sleeping
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Opposite of to make a loud, deep, resonant sound
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Opposite of to crash violently into or against something
“She fell back against her seat as Devin flipped the ship to avoid the flying debris.”
Verb
(of a business) Opposite of to go bankrupt
“Against the odds, his cafe would thrive in a suburb that was saturated with various eatery options.”
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Opposite of to exert force or pressure on
“Her school bag was so heavy that she had to place it on the ground and pull it all the way to the car.”
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Opposite of to stay or rent accommodation at a place
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Opposite of to make, or cause to make, a sudden sharp or explosive sound
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Opposite of to decrease in number, amount, intensity, or quality
“We have to make adjustments as costs continue to increase due to inflation.”
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Opposite of to become inoperative
“Our systems are finally starting to stabilize after a few technical issues.”
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Opposite of to collapse or burst inward violently
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Opposite of to knock or run into someone or something with a jolt
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Opposite of to stop working
“The company anticipates that the appliance will last for at least five years.”
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Opposite of to move or proceed forward by force
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Opposite of to stop the operations of, typically due to financial difficulty
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Opposite of to move past someone or something with force
“Sarah had to wait until the crowd dispersed before she could proceed to take a photo with one of her idols.”
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Opposite of to inflict (a blow)
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Opposite of to push roughly
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Opposite of to stop operating
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Opposite of to stay somewhere temporarily
“Tomorrow is the day that Tom would finally leave the house where he had lived with his family for so long.”
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