What is the opposite of hack?

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Opposite of to deal with (something) effectively or skillfully
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Opposite of to tolerate, endure or put up with (something)
“On the contrary, the federal regulations, and the ethical principles on which they rest, would seem to disallow such behavior.”
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Opposite of to endure or go through (an ordeal)
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Opposite of destroy or severely damage by tearing or crushing
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Opposite of to remove (something regarded as unnecessary or burdensome)
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Opposite of to bear hardship
“Anyone who is attentive in the management of their household, and understands thoroughly how to avoid the inconveniences of poverty, is wise in the eyes of the world.”
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Opposite of to be able to endure or tolerate
“As time passed, Suzanne began to falter under the weight of carrying her many burdens.”
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Opposite of to succeed, survive, or manage, at least at a minimal level
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Opposite of to persist until the end
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Opposite of to make (a groove, hole, or indentation) with, or as if with, a gouge
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Opposite of to push air from the lungs in a quick, noisy explosion
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Opposite of to handle or operate something
“I hope they will be careful with the pianos and not mishandle them and get them out of tune.”
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Opposite of to deal with (something), usually effectively
“Despite the delay, the major car manufacturer would openly declare that they did not mishandle their launch campaign.”
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(computing) Opposite of to manipulate data or information with a computer or software
“This is too tedious to do manually without some computational help.”
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Opposite of to provoke to frenzy or madness
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Opposite of to devote effort to something
“Your body will suffer if you neglect good eating habits.”
Noun
Opposite of a person who lacks skill or experience in a given field
Noun
Opposite of a blow with the fist
Noun
Opposite of a hard or repeated hit or strike
Noun
Opposite of a hard strike or hit
“The master was able to knock each of these men to the ground with a touch of his finger.”
Noun
Opposite of a strike with a part of the body or an instrument
“To avoid conflict, give them a wave with your hand and walk away.”
Noun
Opposite of a person who writes, or produces literary work
Noun
(computing) Opposite of a program or technique that exploits a vulnerability in other software
“Once programmers found a fix for the bug, the system was shut down and reloaded with a corrected version.”
Noun
Opposite of a person made to do hard menial or dull work
Noun
Opposite of an instance of striking or being struck
“That was a fortunate miss for him, having evaded the oncoming vehicle by a matter of inches.”
Noun
Opposite of a nick made on something in order to keep a score or record
Noun
Opposite of person who engineers vehicle
Noun
Opposite of a large plant-eating domesticated mammal with solid hoofs and a flowing mane and tail
colt (young male horse)
filly (young female horse)
foal (young horse)
mare (female horse)
field mouse (hung like a)
Noun
Opposite of a pile of objects, typically arranged one on top of another
Adjective
Opposite of repeated often to the point of being stale or commonplace
Adjective
Opposite of amateurish, or lacking in competence or skill
Adjective
Opposite of so often used that it has become repetitive and tiresome
“In what has become an industry of old clichés, Coach Graham gave a rare and fresh interview that encapsulates his team's success.”
Adjective
Opposite of of lower quality
“The furniture in this luxury hotel room is of exceptional quality.”
Adjective
Opposite of used too much, or too often
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