What is the opposite of scrap?

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Noun
Opposite of a small piece or amount (of something)
Noun
Opposite of a physical fight or brawl
Noun
Opposite of refuse or waste material
“One man's trash is another man's treasure.”
Noun
Opposite of a part or quantity that is left after the greater part has been used, removed, or destroyed
Noun
Opposite of unwanted or unusable material, substances, or by-products
“Clean air is a valuable natural resource that needs to be protected.”
Noun
Opposite of a small, modest or trifling amount
“Don't you two dare sneak off by yourselves to see the forbidden tree, or there will be a world of hurt for the both of you.”
Noun
Opposite of rubbish or waste, especially domestic refuse
Noun
Opposite of a prolonged armed struggle
“Countries in this region have lived in peace with each other for decades.”
Noun
Opposite of an (often hostile) expression of differing opinions
“They reached an agreement between each other not to compete in tendering for contracts.”
Noun
Opposite of a part or quantity that is left after the greater part has been used, removed, or destroyed
Noun
Opposite of people or things that have been rejected or discarded as worthless
Verb
Opposite of to throw away (something unwanted or useless)
Verb
Opposite of to engage in a (minor) quarrel or argument
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Opposite of to put an end to, especially formally
Verb
Opposite of to throw away (something unwanted or useless)
Verb
Opposite of to get rid of (something unwanted or useless)
“For this challenge, each presenter needed to research and acquire a tractor.”
Verb
Opposite of to throw away (something unwanted or useless)
“My mother wanted to keep all of my school work from my junior school years for sentimentality reasons.”
Verb
Opposite of to decide or announce that (a planned event) will not take place
“The negotiations have gotten nowhere, and I see no reason to continue with this pointless exercise.”
Verb
Opposite of to engage in an altercation
“Police officers would often be required to placate the protestors when they turned violent.”
Verb
Opposite of to quarrel or argue
“We gel with each other very well, and rarely give in to bickering.”
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