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What is the opposite of leave out?

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Opposite of to omit, to not include, to neglect to mention
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To be inclusive of after payment of an agreed amount of money or funds
“Fees will cover the costs of administration and advice given throughout your application process.”
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To make up or be a part of a whole
“The city formed a natural meeting point for traders and adventurers.”
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To understand or acknowledge the existence of
“Citizens accused the government of failing to recognize the difficulties they encountered.”
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To add to something that already exists
“Please include your details on the attached form, and then send it back to us once it is completed.”
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(look at) To inspect or analyze
“Please look at the reports and give me your thoughts when you are done.”
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To respond to a telecommunications call
“My phone is ringing, and I need to answer it.”
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To make use of
“Most poets will utilize such tools as metaphors, similes, assonances, and other poetic techniques.”
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To involve (something) as a necessary or inevitable part
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To choose or select from a set of options
“The local party was due yesterday to make a decision on whether to adopt Smith as a candidate.”
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To have as a prominent attribute or aspect
“The report will feature many important findings from the investigation.”
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To present or display as part of a show
“The stage extravaganza will feature music, drama, comedy and even acrobatics!”
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(center on) To concentrate on (something), to pay close attention to (something)
“Let's center our efforts on collectively increasing our productivity.”
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To put in the effort required to do something
“Which of us would trouble to water the city streets with the sweat of our honest brows?”
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To adjust in order to make appropriate
“Marshall, can you fit a reference to a coffee pot into your next rap masterpiece?”
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To involve in a (complicated) situation
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(general or positive) To experience an emotion or sensation
“The joy of having a loyal pet dog is something that everyone should feel in their lives.”
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To hem in or close off on all sides
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To attach or append to something
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