What is the opposite of receive?

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Opposite of to take something that has been given, offered or paid
“The organization will offer shelter, provisions, and food to those affected by the wildfires.”
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(something sent) Opposite of to take or accept delivery of
“Is it particularly necessary to send this many Christmas cards out?”
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(with object and adverbial) Opposite of to react or respond to something in a particular way
“He has chosen to ignore your questions out of disinterest.”
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(specified treatment) Opposite of to be subjected to
“We've managed to avert disaster, but we're not out of the woods yet.”
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(a guest or visitor) Opposite of to formally give admittance to
“There will be no hesitation to ban those who fail to abide by our house rules.”
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Opposite of to allow visitors or guests to be in one's presence
“If you do not remove your footwear, the temple will disallow you from entering.”
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Opposite of to acquire new information or skill
“I hope that others can assemble the jagged rhythms of my stories to unlearn common misperceptions about vernacular English.”
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Opposite of to come into possession of, or to receive in return for effort
“They told him that it was very important not to lose the evidence of aliens.”
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Opposite of to receive payment for work
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Opposite of to earn through work or effort
“An inability or disinclination to network with others will likely hamper your career.”
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Opposite of to agree to receive or take receipt of
“He warned the committee that if he were to win, he would refuse his award on philosophical grounds.”
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Opposite of to accept or receive, typically something awarded
“She had worked hard and tried her best, but would ultimately fail at winning a medal during the tournament.”
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Opposite of to receive or procure
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Opposite of to invite someone somewhere
“We will now disinvite our neighbors over for lunch because they have proven themselves to be real jerks.”
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Opposite of to physically assimilate or take, especially a liquid
“The leaves are larger and more elliptical than hemp dogbane and all plant parts exude a milky substance when broken.”
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Opposite of to accommodate or entertain someone or a group of people
“Benjamin and Jo were left with no choice but to banish the guests for unruly behavior.”
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Opposite of to catch an object in motion
“How did he miss that catch?”
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Opposite of to state or assert that something is the case
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