What is the opposite of precipitate?

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Verb
Opposite of to accelerate the occurrence or onset of
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Opposite of to bring about or cause to happen
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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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(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 come into being or have its starting point at a certain time or place
“The two tribes have agreed to cease all hostilities with each other in order to bring peace and harmony to their own villages.”
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Opposite of to affect
“I wouldn't be a good father if I weren't here trying to discourage you from executing such a dangerous strategy.”
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Opposite of to agitate or incite an event or emotion
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Opposite of to have the weather be rough or violent
“The weather would eventually calm later in the morning, and we were able to make the most of whatever remained of the weekend.”
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Opposite of to fall to the ground, especially in large quantities
“In densely built cities, about three-quarters of the rainfall fails to sink into the ground or evaporate.”
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Opposite of to cause to remain as a trace or record
“You could try using baking soda to remove the stain.”
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Opposite of to make or become hard, firm or solid
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Opposite of to make into a liquid
Adjective
Opposite of occurring suddenly, abruptly or quickly
Adjective
Opposite of done, made or acting suddenly or without careful consideration
Adjective
Opposite of recklessly bold or rash
Adjective
Opposite of done hurriedly, typically without thought
Adjective
Opposite of happening or done quickly and promptly
“The input is to be treated as a delayed reply to an earlier question.”
Adjective
Opposite of acting or done without forethought, or having the tendency to do so
“She accepts his illness as genuine, and not a premeditated ploy to win her favors.”
Adjective
Opposite of happening within an imperceptibly brief period of time
“According to the model, the Big Bang is followed by a period of slow expansion and gradual accumulation of dark energy.”
Adjective
Opposite of cheerful and reckless
Adjective
Opposite of happening or coming rapidly or immediately
Adjective
Opposite of inclined to behave in a reckless or outrageous manner
“Even in the face of adversity, she was calm and taught them the meaning of indomitable courage and optimism.”
Adjective
Opposite of having an arrogant, self-important or pompous manner
Adjective
Opposite of occurring or done quickly and unexpectedly or without warning
“Any changes of destination are notified ahead by telephone or radio so that arrival is anticipated.”
Noun
Opposite of a result, consequence or outcome of something
Noun
Opposite of the resultant occurrence
“The chief cause of the end of the cold war was the collapse of communism in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe.”
Noun
Opposite of matter that settles to the bottom of a liquid
Noun
Opposite of a small amount of something that remains after the main part has gone or been taken or used
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