What is the opposite of hitch?

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Noun
Opposite of a temporary difficulty or problem
Noun
Opposite of a negative consequence or downside of a given course of action
“They have expressed that they want a positive to come out of this situation, and they are going to start a fellowship.”
Noun
Opposite of a misfortune or setback
Noun
Opposite of a hidden problem or disadvantage in an apparently ideal situation
“As we pushed ourselves to the limit, the trainer reiterated the old adage of no pain, no gain.”
Noun
Opposite of snag or difficulty
Noun
Opposite of a setback, or change for the worse
“At first, he had success against troops taken by surprise, but soon afterward, this fine and brilliant army was beaten near Ancona and were never able to rally again.”
Noun
Opposite of a flaw or obstacle in a plan, operation, etc.
Noun
Opposite of a physical, figurative or metaphorical connection between two entities
“Andy had looked forward to Rick's trip to Minnesota, but for whatever reason, his disconnection with the world around him now seemed total.”
Noun
Opposite of a person's fixed or allotted period of work
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Opposite of a disadvantage of something, especially when contrasted with its advantages (pros)
Noun
Opposite of an unfavorable circumstance or condition that reduces the chances of success or effectiveness
“Banknotes have a natural advantage over coins in that they are lighter to carry but are also less durable.”
Noun
Opposite of a daily period of work, especially in shift-based jobs
Noun
Opposite of a ride in another person's vehicle
“Can you please give the kids a drop-off at school this morning?”
Verb
Opposite of to fasten or fix securely in place or to another object
Verb
Opposite of to join so as to form a longer or larger whole
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Opposite of to lay in surrounding matter
“Charlie just stared at the beast, afraid that he would dislodge the metal pole from the ground.”
Verb
Opposite of to move with a short, sudden movement
Verb
Opposite of to pull forcefully, especially with a jerk
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