What is the opposite of started?

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Verb
Opposite of to have started or established
“The government dismantled the old organization with an eye towards establishing a more current version.”
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Opposite of to have produced or brought about
“We discarded our current plan of action as it was not working.”
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Opposite of to have set up on a long-term basis
“After many years, the tech company closed down its headquarters in Silicon Valley.”
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Opposite of past tense for to begin from a particular point in time
“Our meeting will end in ten minutes before we all fall asleep.”
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Opposite of past tense for to come into existence
“Is it a coincidence that this issue would resolve from the moment we fired Jim?”
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Opposite of past tense for to cause to happen or begin
“The presence of law enforcement would prevent an all-out brawl between the two opposing factions.”
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Opposite of past tense for to set up or establish
“Bad business practices would ultimately destroy the company.”
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Opposite of past tense for to commence or continue a given task
“I have been working incessantly for hours and I need to take a break before I collapse from exhaustion.”
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(stayed) Opposite of past tense for to begin to move in a given direction
“We need to stay right here and not go anywhere until the time arrives for us to do so.”
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(arrived) Opposite of past tense for to begin to move in a given direction
“Barry would finally arrive after traveling many miles from the east.”
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(of a machine) Opposite of past tense for to cause something to begin to work
“We need to leave soon, so please switch off the PlayStation and get yourself ready.”
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(of a machine) Opposite of past tense for to begin operating
“My old cellphone would break down after a couple of years, which would give me a good excuse to get a new one.”
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Opposite of past tense for to jerk suddenly in surprise
“The class would be still as their teacher spoke during class.”
Verb
(of eyes) Opposite of past tense for to bulge out significantly
“Alexia's eyes would shrink back into place as she relaxed after a hard day at work.”
Adjective
Opposite of existing or happening right now
“The Avengers have faced a number of dangerous enemies, each time finding a way to save the Earth from an impending end.”
Adjective
Opposite of in progress, currently taking place
Adjective
Opposite of ongoing, or in progress
Adjective
Opposite of on the way towards
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