What is the opposite of deposit?

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Noun
Opposite of a sum payable as a first installment or pledge on a purchase or contract
“The seller or the auctioneer could file a lawsuit seeking specific performance or other remedies, but usually, the forfeiture of the deposit is all that happens.”
Noun
Opposite of a sum of money that has been saved or accumulated
“Although emotional and non-material factors are important, many significant contributors to a child’s happiness require financial expenditure.”
Noun
Opposite of a mass of something that has accumulated
“The sensible course is proper storage at times of harvest and steady decumulation of stocks over the year.”
Noun
Opposite of a quantity or supply of something, typically kept for use as needed
“During the First World War, the lack of food supply in some of the most important industrial centers was due primarily to the failure of the transport system.”
Noun
Opposite of a layer of something, especially of accumulated matter
“Roads in this area consist of an even distribution of dirt, and those that are paved are relatively well maintained.”
Noun
Opposite of matter that settles to the bottom of a liquid
Noun
Opposite of a quantity or supply of something kept for use as needed
Noun
Opposite of a thing that is given as security for the fulfillment of a contract or the payment of a debt
Noun
Opposite of lustrous chemical element
Noun
Opposite of organic remains of a previous time
Noun
Opposite of the action of unloading
“By ten, we are back with the cattle trailer, and the loading of boxes begins.”
Verb
Opposite of to position or place something in a particular place or spot
“Callie, did you move my keys? I have to get to work!”
Verb
Opposite of to fall to the ground, especially in large quantities
“In densely built cities, about three-quarters of the rainfall fails to sink into the ground or evaporate.”
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Opposite of to accumulate, especially compactly and in large quantities
“The increases in pore water pressure that cause the liquefaction to occur will eventually dissipate.”
Verb
Opposite of to put away or aside (for later use)
“It wasn't until I went to withdraw money from the bank machine at the local shops that weekend that I realized my wages hadn't gone through.”
Verb
Opposite of to fill (a vehicle, ship, container, etc.) with a large amount of something
“He called over two more soldiers, who helped to unload the contents of the van.”
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Opposite of to place or position someone or something
Verb
Opposite of to pack or store (an object) carefully and neatly in a particular place
Verb
Opposite of to put away or aside (for later use)
Verb
Opposite of to fix (an object) firmly and deeply in a surrounding mass
Verb
Opposite of to set (something) down heavily or unceremoniously
“I gently set the expensive and beautiful art piece on the cabinet and breathe a sigh of relief.”
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Opposite of to place or leave something at a given place or location
“You can collect the car once servicing has been completed.”
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Opposite of to put or store in a regular place
Discard any items you don't need to avoid clutter.”
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Opposite of to unload (a cargo)
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Opposite of to give as security on a loan
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Opposite of to put securely in place or in the desired position
“You may unfasten your seatbelt once the plane has come to a complete stop.”
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Opposite of to lay in surrounding matter
“Charlie just stared at the beast, afraid that he would dislodge the metal pole from the ground.”
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Opposite of deliver
Verb
Opposite of to put or hide (something) among someone's belongings to compromise or incriminate the owner
“They were shocked to discover a hidden camera with a tiny lens behind the number nine.”
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