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What is the opposite of stick around?

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Opposite of to stay in the same place, position or level
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To leave or flee from a place or group
“Once it was apparent that the battle was lost, the troops began to desert en masse.”
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To make a trip to or visit
“We have done most countries in Europe, and now we are planning to do South America.”
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To go somewhere, typically with some degree of difficulty
“Let's get dressed now so we can get there early for a change.”
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Leaving and arriving
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To move or depart to another place
“Francine and Marcel pushed back their chairs to withdraw into the living room.”
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To begin to move in a given direction
“We need to start west and continue for an hour before we reach our destination.”
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To transfer into another vehicle (train, bus, etc.)
“I will need to change trains in Brussels to get to my destination.”
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To go from one place to another
“We couldn't believe our luck when they asked us to move from Economy to Business Class.”
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To move past someone or something with force
“I had to push through the throng of tourists to catch a glimpse of the famous artwork.”
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To head straight towards a specified direction or object, usually at an accelerated speed
“The last remaining warriors of the vanquished army would make straight for the hills in fear for their lives.”
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To cause people to leave a building or place
“We will be having an emergency drill later today, and everyone will be required to clear the building.”
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(informal) To move or depart hastily
“It is nigh time to fly. See you all tomorrow!”
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To engage in a journey for purposes of discovery
“They would explore the Himalayan region in search of the legendary Yeti but to no avail.”
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To transfer oneself to another place, especially in the company of others
“I heard the visitors repair to their chambers.”
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To get ahead of
“I would deliberately slow down to allow the impatient driver behind me to pass.”
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