What is the opposite of did?

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Opposite of to have carried out an action to the end
“I abandoned my search for the perfect wife.”
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(of an action or task) Opposite of to have undertaken or performed
“She bypassed the test that most members are required to take.”
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Opposite of past tense for to perform or execute an action
“Are you just going to idle and do nothing?”
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Opposite of past tense for to accomplish or cause something to happen
“Such actions can impede the maximization of profits that our shareholders expect.”
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Opposite of past tense for to complete a task
“We may have to delay the completion of the stadium yet again.”
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(countable) Opposite of past tense for to achieve something
“I am a known defeatist, and I will fail the ten push-ups that you are encouraging me to execute.”
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(failed) Opposite of past tense for to be suitable or acceptable
“Insufficient qualifications will fail to satisfy the requirements for this job.”
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(contradicted) Opposite of past tense for to be suitable or acceptable
“His accomplishments contradict his humble beginnings.”
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Opposite of past tense for to work out or resolve
“My friend tends to pass on puzzles that she is unable to solve quickly.”
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Opposite of past tense for to make a trip to or visit
“We had initially planned a holiday but decided to stay put because of work commitments.”
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Opposite of past tense for to provide or make accommodations for
“Some eateries ban you from bringing pets, but the one around the corner will not only allow them but feed them too.”
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(spoiled) Opposite of past tense for to decorate or make more attractive
“The plan to erect an industrial compound nearby will spoil what was once a beautiful reserve.”
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(simplified) Opposite of past tense for to decorate or make more attractive
“After many years of built-up clutter, they had decided to simplify their rooms and keep things minimalistic.”
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Opposite of past tense for 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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Opposite of past tense for to scam or defraud
“The police were more than happy to help the elderly couple recover their stolen property.”
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Opposite of past tense for to attend to one's appearance, typically one's hair
“She begins to dishevel her hair but then rearranges it.”
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Opposite of past tense for to perform a show or in a show
“The musician would rest in between shows by visiting the beautiful northern beaches.”
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(a favor) Opposite of past tense for to impart gratuitously
“The company has decided to reject his request to work from home.”
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