What is the opposite of fetch?

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Opposite of to take or carry something from one place to another
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Opposite of to pick up or fetch something
“Don't abandon your brother at the train station!”
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Opposite of to fetch (an amount of money) as income or profit
“If the investment does not pan out, they will likely lose a lot of money.”
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Opposite of to carry, bring or take something
“Eventually, it becomes too much to bear, and I drop everything on the floor.”
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Opposite of to fetch or pick up someone
“Anthony wants someone to take him to the place he loves and to take him all the way.”
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(buying or selling) Opposite of to be purchasable for a specified price
“Jennifer says that her love will not cost a thing.”
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Opposite of to receive, especially in return for effort
“Johnson had to forfeit his medal because traces of anabolic steroids were found in his system, and the fastest man on earth fell from grace in a fiery plunge.”
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Opposite of to move or transfer (someone or something) to another place or situation
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Opposite of to collect or gather together, especially funds for a given purpose
Distribute these donuts evenly and sparingly to your friends.”
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To earn or receive in total
“This film was a success and would gross an enormous amount of money worldwide.”
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Opposite of to evoke or draw out (a reaction, answer, or fact) from someone
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Opposite of to order or instruct to go, or come, to a particular destination or in a particular direction
“Desperate to save his city, he decided to withdraw forces from the Far East, where he had been awaiting a possible offensive from the enemy.”
Verb
Opposite of to inflict a physical blow on someone
“As Grant goes on the offensive again and lands a couple of lefts, Jones looks surprised and begins to miss easy jabs.”
Noun
Opposite of a copy or likeness of someone or something
Noun
Opposite of a means of attaining an end, especially one that is convenient but possibly improper or immoral
Noun
Opposite of a crafty, and typically underhanded, means to achieve one's aims
Noun
Opposite of the use of skill to create or bring about something, especially with a consequent effect of artificiality
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