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What is the opposite of leave alone?

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Opposite of to ignore or pay no attention to someone or something
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To be anxious or concerned
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To take part or interfere in something, typically to prevent or alter a result or course of events
“I am prepared to accept that he gave these matters full and due consideration before he decided to intervene.”
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To make something into something else
“I had to change the design of the website as it was out of date.”
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To completely alter the form of
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To drive spiritually or urge someone on
“One way to encourage your employees to work harder is by giving them incentives.”
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To copy or create (the same thing) again, potentially with a variation
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To engage in an unproductive activity
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Get hold of
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To physically go along with
“My dog would follow me on all of my hikes through the backcountry.”
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To subject (someone) to constant scoldings or harassment
“The restaurant owner would constantly dog his employees about being paid to wash dishes, and not to listen to rock and roll.”
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Take responsibility for
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To examine through the sense of touch
“The shop assistant encouraged her to feel the superior fabric of the handbag in hopes that she would purchase it.”
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To fiddle, tamper or play with something
“I'll fool with the keys in my pocket, adjust my glasses, and make a lot of noise with change.”
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To physically attack ferociously and wound
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To guide or escort
“The usher will show you to your seat.”
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(usually in the negative) To attend to or deal with
“This is a highly sensitive matter that I would prefer not to touch for now.”
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To advise earnestly
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To teach with a biased, one-sided or uncritical ideology
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To legally care for another's child
“There are dozens of couples who are desperate to adopt a child.”
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To study or check into thoroughly
“Detectives would investigate Jessie's claim of being attacked to ascertain its veracity.”
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To rule over or control arbitrarily or arrogantly
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To get rid of or destroy
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To implant or ingrain, literally or into one's consciousness
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To introduce (something) between other things
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To scheme or plot, typically in a manipulative or deceitful manner
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To act as a mediator in a dispute
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To scare or cause to feel fear
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To remove or take out, especially with effort or force
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To underhandedly manipulate something or someone
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To affect without completely changing
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To move, or cause to move, in a wavelike motion
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To move very slowly (towards something)
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To suggest or indicate something indirectly
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To put down or control by cruelty or force
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To gain access or entry into
“They enter the complex and are immediately struck by its sense of space.”
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To cause anguish or distress to
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To persuade or use influence on
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To declare loudly, openly or publicly
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To surround or envelop
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To push roughly
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To convert or attempt to convert (someone) from one religion, belief, or opinion to another
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To intrude or interfere on a conversation or activity
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To imply, or to be an indirect sign or indication of
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To investigate or snoop around in someone else's business
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To ask someone earnestly or humbly
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Search blindly or uncertainly by feeling with the hands
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To limit, restrict, or inhibit the degree or level of
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To follow or chase after
“The police would relentlessly pursue Niko Bellic after he robbed a bank.”
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To attack or bombard with bombs or artillery
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Mix by pressing
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To provide a refund or recompense
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To make secret plans, typically underhandedly and jointly with others
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To make small or restless movements, especially through nervousness or impatience
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To take over the place, position, or role of
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To encircle and hem in, typically in a hostile fashion
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To put (something) to use
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To have an effect or influence on, especially a negative one
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To move, demolish, or flatten with a bulldozer
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To attack by force, typically to gain control of
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To mix up or agitate the contents of
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To cause to be amazed or excited
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To annoy or irritate
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To design with a new shape or form
“Our graphic designer will create a new layout for the website.”
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To interfere with the normal arrangement or functioning of
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To influence or induce someone to believe or do something
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To delay or postpone
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To jerk, shake or vibrate suddenly or violently
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To deceive or cause to believe what is untrue
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To be a sign or symbol of
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To have significance or be influential in a matter or decision
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To administer, implement, or carry out
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To make more beautiful or attractive by adorning or decorating
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To take charge of, or to make decisions about
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To lean or bend at an angle
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To (attempt to) influence, persuade or pressure someone, typically politically
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To fill or crowd around or into a place or area
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To yield, surrender or give up
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To take action or do something
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To exploit or take advantage of an opportunity for personal gain or profit
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To wake, or cause to wake, from sleep
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To move or cause to move from one place to another, especially over a small distance
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To injure or hurt by twisting a body part
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