What is the opposite of shirk?

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Opposite of avoid, get out of responsibility
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Opposite of to get away from something, especially with cunning or skill
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Opposite of to cease to perform a specified action
“After fully recovering from tendonitis, I could continue running as I did before.”
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Opposite of to cause (someone) to be unable to pursue one any longer
“Justin Bieber jumped into his limousine but the engine failed and he now had to face his horde of screaming fans.”
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Opposite of to fail to care for or pay attention to
“It was important to consider their strict dietary requirements when designing the menu.”
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Opposite of to succeed in avoiding or eluding someone or something dangerous or unpleasant
“People with diabetes are two times more likely to suffer a heart attack than those without it.”
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Opposite of to procrastinate or be lazy, especially with work or responsibilities
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Opposite of to leave, exit, or become free of
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Opposite of turn away from
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Opposite of let lapse
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Opposite of hesitate or be unwilling to accept an idea or undertaking
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Opposite of to give up a right, position, responsibility, or power
“Whether the baby had been planned or not, Gus would embrace the responsibility of fatherhood one hundred percent.”
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Opposite of be or remain hidden so as to wait in ambush for someone or something
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Opposite of to move somewhere quietly or surreptitiously
“Bruce and Tim sprint out of the show floor and bolt to the nearest exit.”
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Opposite of to consciously evade an encounter with someone
“I try to seek out Alexia whenever I need some insightful ideas on how to live my life.”
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Opposite of to be liberated or freed from (something)
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Opposite of to avoid or circumvent (an obstacle or problem)
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Opposite of to get out of the way of
“The puppy dog would run into me while chasing down a ball at full speed.”
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Opposite of to neglect to do something inadvertently
“I would always remember to check the doors and windows before going to sleep.”
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Opposite of to jerk suddenly in surprise
“The class would be still as their teacher spoke during class.”
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Opposite of to prevent oneself from
“I indulge myself once a month by eating ice-cream.”
Noun
Opposite of one who shirks a duty or responsibility
Noun
Opposite of a person who lacks courage
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