What is the opposite of research?

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Noun
Opposite of a systematic study to establish facts and reach new conclusions
“The research gap in the subject matter needs to be addressed by way of empirical studies.”
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Opposite of a formal question submitted to opposing party to answer, generally governed by court rule
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Opposite of the devotion of time and attention to gaining knowledge of an academic subject
“Some students who have not yet been accepted to college have a gap year specifically to build their resumes.”
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Opposite of a formal investigation, often held before a jury, especially one into the cause of a death
Noun
Opposite of information-gathering
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Opposite of a study of the structure or internal workings of something
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Opposite of critical observation or examination
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Opposite of an examination to test or ascertain the quality or accuracy of something
Verb
(ignore) Opposite of to investigate systematically
“Community leaders urged residents to ignore urban myths rather than delve too far into them.”
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(accept) Opposite of to investigate systematically
“It is important to not so easily accept unsubstantiated claims.”
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Opposite of to make an extensive study into
“He would dismiss the subject entirely if it failed to pique his interest.”
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Opposite of to examine something with great care
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Opposite of to delve or make inquiries into
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Opposite of to study
“This program will teach you how to maximize your strengths while minimizing your weaknesses.”
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Opposite of to investigate or delve into
“In light of the results of the local gendarmes' investigation, on Tuesday the public prosecutor decided to close the case.”
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Opposite of to search through, engage in research, or conduct an investigation
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Opposite of take out residue
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Opposite of to examine critically and minutely
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(British) Opposite of to study (an academic subject) at a university
“I poured my heart and soul into this subject because I did not want to fail it.”
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Opposite of to place something or someone in a particular context
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