What is the opposite of halt?

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Noun
Opposite of the ending of an activity
“He secured the continuation of his government through a vote of confidence.”
Noun
Opposite of a period of time by which something is late or postponed
“As the timer ran down, he gobbled up his meal with extraordinary expedition to win first prize.”
Noun
Opposite of a stoppage or sudden cessation of motion
Noun
Opposite of a situation or condition in which there is no movement or activity at all
Noun
Opposite of a halt in movement or operation
“The IOC president would officially announce the commencement of the Olympic games.”
Noun
Opposite of an interruption of continuity or uniformity
“The seamlessness during the upgrading of operating systems is unlike any of its predecessors.”
Verb
Opposite of to come, or cause to come, to a standstill
“The classes were stimulating, and the students were able to get together after class to continue where they had left off.”
Verb
Opposite of to stop or cause to stop making progress
Verb
Opposite of to pause in indecision before doing something
“Foreign aid can also have a role, but only to expedite this growth once it starts.”
Verb
Opposite of to cause to come to an end
“We've idled for long enough and it is time to start work again.”
Verb
Opposite of to give up or abstain from something
Verb
Opposite of to come to an end, or to disappear completely
“A strange vision would appear to him in his sleep, and he woke up believing he was a prophet.”
Verb
Opposite of to stop doing something
“One look around me confirmed for me that I wanted to continue along this career path.”
Verb
Opposite of to waver between different courses of action
Verb
Opposite of to stop or keep from happening or continuing
“Drive carefully. We don't want to cause an accident.”
Verb
Opposite of to prevent or protect (something) from being destroyed
“He would inevitably lose his hat when the wind swept it from his head.”
Verb
Opposite of to cause to be ineffective or immobilized
Verb
Opposite of to switch off or power down (something)
Verb
Opposite of to stop operating
“You will need some batteries to get that little engine to work.”
Verb
Opposite of to cease to perform a specified action
“After fully recovering from tendonitis, I could continue running as I did before.”
Verb
Opposite of to approach and speak to boldly or aggressively
Verb
Opposite of to immobilize or stop (from) moving, especially suddenly
“He stood there momentarily transfixed, but a bright light caused him to move suddenly.”
Adjective
Opposite of unable to walk properly
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