What is the opposite of hang?

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Opposite of to swing loosely while being suspended
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Opposite of to attach, or be attached, to a wall
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Opposite of to remain in the air or on the surface of a liquid
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Opposite of to paste (wallpaper) to a wall
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Opposite of to postpone from being dealt with
“We would like to advance our meeting to discuss the critical timelines for this project!”
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Opposite of to make more beautiful or attractive by adorning or decorating
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Opposite of to execute by hanging
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Opposite of to swing loosely while being suspended
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Opposite of fall, move, or hang in a loose and ungainly way
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(rest on/upon) Opposite of to be based on
“Morality must be independent of the character of the race.”
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(British, informal, slang) Opposite of to murder, or to commit suicide
“Homer just wants to live by eating hoagies and watching television in a different time zone.”
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Opposite of to rest or hover on the surface of a liquid or in the air
“A shower of sparks were seen coming from the conning tower, after which the boat started to sink quickly, bow first.”
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Opposite of to be involved with
“Hal had an advanced case of masochistic egotism, and she was right to uninvolve herself from him.”
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Opposite of to become limp or droop downwards
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Opposite of to be limp or droop downwards
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Opposite of to remain in a specified state or position
“Food would be brought to them and if for some reason they had to leave their post, someone would step in for relief.”
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Opposite of to stick or jut out
Cover your tummy by tucking your shirt in properly into your pants!”
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Opposite of become tired or less enthusiastic or dynamic
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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.”
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Opposite of to move or glide through the air
“She told me to walk this way and talk this way.”
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Opposite of to be on the verge of transpiring, occurring or happening
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Opposite of to delay action until a particular time or event
“Once this acclimation takes place, you may begin your object observation.”
Noun
Opposite of a downward or declining slope or surface
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Opposite of the extent to which something droops or hangs
Noun
Opposite of a clever or particular way of doing something
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