What is the opposite of involve?

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Opposite of to cause to participate in an activity or situation
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Opposite of to be relevant or important to
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Opposite of to hold or engage the attention of
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(result in) Opposite of to have as a consequence
“Hyperactivity can sometimes begin with the consumption of too much sugar.”
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Opposite of to be occupied with an activity
“I typically free myself from any strenuous activities whenever I need a break.”
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Opposite of to cover or enclose in cloth or soft material
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Opposite of to hold or engage the attention of
“I managed to maintain a controlled line but the headache and dizziness were starting to distract me.”
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Opposite of to be involved in
“As I am stretched for time, I will need to disengage myself from any additional activities or responsibilities.”
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Opposite of to involve or draw into an (unpleasant) activity or situation
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Opposite of to require something to be brought about
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Opposite of to show (someone) to be involved in something
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Opposite of to be about
“The news report would ignore the recent reform bill.”
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Opposite of to involve in such complications as to render extrication difficult
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Opposite of to require as a necessity
“Studying and working hard will ultimately produce success.”
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Opposite of to have something to do with
“My actions in this vein will have no bearing on my salvation.”
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Opposite of to influence, usually emotionally
“You almost have to desensitize yourself to the madness just to stay sane.”
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Opposite of to be made up or consist of
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(consist of) Opposite of to be composed or made up of
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Opposite of to have an emotional effect on
“All these sappy romantic comedies unaffect me.”
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(of a task or situation) Opposite of to have a necessity for a particular person or thing
“We already have plenty of eggs. It will not take much more to bake this cake.”
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Opposite of to influence, have an effect on
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(lead to) Opposite of to culminate or result in a particular event or consequence
“Eating the right foods and getting enough exercise will prevent weight gain.”
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