What is the opposite of extract?

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Noun
Opposite of a short passage taken from a text, film, music, or other creative work
“It's difficult to watch the entirety of a film filled with so much gratuitous violence and gore.”
Noun
Opposite of a preparation containing the active ingredient of a substance in concentrated form
“Silicate of soda has long been used as a dilutant of laundry soaps.”
Noun
Opposite of a small amount of something
“Kate puts a lot of sugar in her coffee. It's no wonder she goes like the Energizer Bunny!”
Noun
Opposite of a short extract from a book or other printed material
Noun
Opposite of an extract or concentrate obtained from a plant or other organic matter
Noun
Opposite of a brief statement or account of the main points of something
“She is a master of exposition and description, with a ready ear for a telling anecdote.”
Noun
Opposite of a general description or plan showing the essential features of something but without the detail
Noun
Opposite of a summary of the contents of a book, article, or speech
“The defendant was required to provide the contents of the email in its entirety.”
Noun
Opposite of a brief summary, as of a book or a presentation
“I can't wait to dive into the details of this report.”
Noun
Opposite of a quotation from or reference to a book, paper, or author, especially in a scholarly work
Noun
Opposite of a concentrated form or essence of something
Noun
Opposite of a group of words taken from a text or speech and repeated by someone other than the original author or speaker
Noun
Opposite of something that produces or enhances taste, or the taste that is thus produced
Noun
Opposite of a brief summary of something presented
“I request a full transcript of the conversation I had with the operator regarding my bill.”
Verb
Opposite of to remove or take out, especially by effort or force
“Use a utility knife or electric jigsaw and slowly insert the blade into the gourd.”
Verb
Opposite of to drain out or empty something (from a container)
“They fill the barrel with tow and tar and grease, and at last, get it to flare up with a fierce flame that resists the storm.”
Verb
Opposite of to obtain something from an unwilling person
“Trying to coax information out of her and re-thinking all the angles didn't produce any more insight than he'd had before.”
Verb
Opposite of to provoke or bring about an event or reaction
“Finally, after what seemed like hours spent with the phone in my ear, I was able to placate his anger, and he gradually began to listen to reason.”
Verb
Opposite of to (selectively) take or derive from a source
“Although it was possible for us to originate the text for a subject such as World War II, it would obviously be impossible for us to originate the images.”
Verb
Opposite of to excerpt a section from a document or text
“In the mid-fifties, state nurses' associations were advised to insert a disclaimer at the end of statutory definitions of nursing practice.”
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Opposite of to obtain a substance or resource by a mechanical or chemical process
“The Japanese have found a way to introduce a foreign substance to form the cultured pearl.”
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Opposite of to obtain liquid or juice by squeezing
“Places that have the advantage of the hot sun enables them to dry out the fruit on wooden trays in the open.”
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Opposite of to remove or extract, especially with effort or force
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Opposite of to display or show (something) for others to see
“The Senate has decided to conceal the report from the public due to security issues.”
Verb
Opposite of to remove from a particular place
“The chef would place a heap of anchovies on my pizza despite me specifically telling him not to.”
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Opposite of to remove or take out, especially with effort or force
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Opposite of to obtain coal, minerals, or other valuable materials through excavation
“Joey came back to Orlando, not long after his trip, to bury a time capsule with me.”
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Opposite of to pull up by the roots
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Opposite of to take a part from a whole, especially from literature
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Opposite of to extract (a liquid or a soft substance) from something by compressing or twisting it
“Remove cheese slices and place them on a plate with a paper towel to absorb the oil.”
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Opposite of to derive or extract something from someone, especially underhandedly
“Nick says he will donate two hundred dollars per ace this summer to help the victims of the country's bush fire crisis.”
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Opposite of to arrive at a judgment or opinion by reasoning
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Opposite of to apply external pressure on so as to force out the (liquid) contents of
“Students were advised to contain the solution as exposing it would likely result in the failure of the experiment.”
Verb
(root out) Opposite of to remove, especially by digging out
“Over the years, I've learned to plant black radish after midsummer so it will not bolt to flower before forming a root.”
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Opposite of to release from a physical restraint
“They set up a lure to trap the rat that had been plaguing their home.”
Verb
Opposite of pass through a filter
Verb
Opposite of mention as an example
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Opposite of to empty or draw out from a space or container
“She sings from her heart and tries to fill the hospital ward with some much-needed joy.”
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Opposite of to extort something, especially money, from someone by putting them under strong pressure
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Opposite of to cause to be empty or vacant
“We advise all users to fill the machinery with oil before turning it on.”
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Opposite of to form an understanding or conclusion from something
Verb
Opposite of to provoke or bring about
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