What is the opposite of remit?

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Opposite of to transmit, supply or send, especially money or payment
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Opposite of to delay or postpone
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Opposite of to refer (a matter for decision) to an authority
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Opposite of to postpone or assign to a later time or date
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Opposite of to excuse or disregard as unimportant or insignificant
“They develop a rationalization of why they do what they do and feel cut off from social groups that disapprove or condemn their behavior.”
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Opposite of to arrange for the delivery of, especially by post
“You will receive your package in fifteen days.”
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Opposite of to put an end to, especially formally
“They also approve new programs of instruction and cancel or make changes in existing programs.”
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Opposite of to remove from suspicion or guilt
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Opposite of to forgive (someone) for a fault or offense
“I resent my father for my abusive childhood and the ramifications it has on my ability to sustain any meaningful relationship.”
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Opposite of to give little or no attention to
Note the clues, as you will need it later.”
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Opposite of to make contact or communication with
Disregard any entries you deem to be irrelevant or inappropriate.”
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To pay back money owed
“The company has agreed to return my payment as they are unable to fulfill their end of the bargain.”
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Opposite of to dispatch or send (a document or goods)
“Early biographers claim that he then attended Lincoln's Inn, but the Inn's archives retain no record of him.”
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Opposite of to clear or disappear (gradually), especially of something undesirable
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Opposite of to pay or give what is owed
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Opposite of to provide a refund or recompense
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Opposite of to postpone or assign to a later time or date
Noun
Opposite of an area of activity, interest or influence
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Opposite of the range or scope of something
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Opposite of a responsibility or duty assigned to someone
“They've dropped the cowardice charges, but he's going to be charged with dereliction of duty.”
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