What is the opposite of inform?

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Opposite of to impart information or knowledge
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Opposite of to warn in advance
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Opposite of to fill or be in every part of
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Opposite of to promote the use, sale, or acceptance of
“The supermarket has decided to pull some of its products from the shelves.”
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Opposite of to communicate information to someone in spoken or written words
“It is very easy to miscommunicate directions for using resources, so choose your words wisely.”
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Opposite of to inform or warn someone in advance, especially of something important
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Opposite of to teach, train or educate in a given field
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Opposite of inform the police of someone's criminal activities or plans
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Opposite of to prepare (someone) for a situation, typically by supplying them with relevant information
“It seems to me that you are taking the very course to unprepare me, if I understand such things.”
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Opposite of to acquaint someone with (a fact or information)
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Opposite of to betray the secrets of, or to inform on someone
“The letter shows how far she is willing to defend him, despite her strong suspicions of his guilt of earlier crimes.”
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Opposite of make aware
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Opposite of to teach, train or educate in a given field
“The teacher worried that her lack of content knowledge in mathematics might have caused her to mislead her students in science.”
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Opposite of to give advice and instruction
“The supervisor was jealous of his underling and would constantly try to undermine her.”
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Opposite of to give an account of
“Stay awhile and listen!”
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Opposite of to impart information or knowledge
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Opposite of to act as someone's mentor
“That success was short-lived, as his time with the grappling arts began to hinder his career.”
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Opposite of to impart information or knowledge
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Opposite of to provide notice of a potential or current danger or risk
“They told him to keep quiet and not alert the police, otherwise, they would put a bullet in him.”
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Opposite of to spread or pervade throughout
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