What is the opposite of loss?

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Noun
Opposite of the fact or process of losing something or someone
“The return of our lost puppy made our children jump with jubilation.”
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Opposite of the amount or degree by which something is reduced
“Amassing more data does not necessarily lead to the acquisition of better information.”
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Opposite of a defeat in a match or contest
“A victory would have been a momentous and historic event for the team and its city.”
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Opposite of a person harmed or killed as a result of an unfortunate event or action
“We believe that she was the only survivor from that horrendous crash.”
Noun
(usually in plural form "losses") Opposite of the number of fatalities in a confrontation or war
“Were there any survivors from the disaster?”
Noun
(addition) Opposite of a death, especially of a loved one
“She is a gorgeous Alaskan Malamute, a welcome addition to our family.”
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(life) Opposite of a death, especially of a loved one
“His life is now at the mercy of the heavens.”
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Opposite of the act or state of destroying or being destroyed, especially completely
“He was hired to oversee the design and construction of the new facility.”
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Opposite of an unforeseen event causing great upset or unpleasantness
“Many saw the rain as a blessing for the farmers who had endured months of drought.”
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Opposite of an amount of money lost by a business, organization or person
“There were two competing groceries in the neighborhood, but neither of them could make a significant profit.”
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Opposite of a heavy defeat in a contest
Noun
Opposite of an act or instance of waiving a right or claim
Noun
Opposite of a person harmed or killed as a result of an unfortunate event or action
“The assailant was caught when the shopkeeper recognized his face and reported it to the police.”
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Opposite of deficiency in amount or quality
Noun
Opposite of an inefficient part or factor
Noun
(count noun) Opposite of something which prevents a being from experiencing happiness or good in their lives, or inflicting harm
“There is still so much good in this world that is worth fighting for.”
Noun
Opposite of the act of forcefully dispossessing or depriving someone of something
Noun
Opposite of an act of giving up something valued for the sake of something else
“As a professional athlete, regular exercise and a balanced diet is a necessity.”
Noun
Opposite of a gradual and continuous loss of strength, numbers, quality, or value
“The rise in our revenue this month is cause for optimism.”
Noun
Opposite of an occurrence of death by accident, in war, or from disease
Noun
Opposite of disappearance
Noun
Opposite of a lack or deficiency of something
“He felt hungry in the presence of food.”
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Opposite of the action of using up a resource
“Protection of the global environment and conservation of Earth's resources represent an enormously complex challenge at a time of rapid globalization.”
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Opposite of physical, mental or emotional injury to a person
“We wished no harm and signaled to the tribe that we only brought with us peace.”
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Opposite of a loss or cost incurred, especially for the benefit of something or someone
“Neutering and spaying are usually done for the benefit of your pets.”
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Opposite of the cessation of life and all associated processes
“The day is among the holiest in the religion, a celebration of the birth of Christ.”
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Opposite of an act or instance of using or expending something carelessly, extravagantly, or to no purpose
“As our work amply demonstrates, energy efficiency and microgeneration can be successfully incorporated into old and new buildings alike.”
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