What is the opposite of tackle?

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Opposite of to energetically devote, or begin devoting, effort to something
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Opposite of to grab (someone), usually aggressively, to stop them or bring them to ground
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Opposite of to apply oneself to, or start work on, a given task or issue
“We must resist the urge to jump straight into a project without first understanding the value and benefits it will bring to the business.”
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Opposite of to take the first step into something
“We need to finish this business we started!”
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Opposite of to come face to face with (someone) with hostile or argumentative intent
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(a particular topic or subject) Opposite of to provide insight into
“My biggest concern is that the speaker will likely ignore the most pertinent issue that is on our minds.”
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Opposite of to confront or come up against
“I order you to stand down and retreat, Captain!”
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Opposite of to take charge of, or to make decisions about
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Opposite of to represent or deal with in a particular way, in writing or speaking
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(of a job or task) Opposite of to agree to take responsibility of
“Due to personal reasons, I will have to relinquish any responsibility I have in this project moving forward.”
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Opposite of to put an end to
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Opposite of take action
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Opposite of to make an attempt at handling a problem or policy
“We should just ignore this problem and let things resolve themselves naturally.”
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Opposite of to act on, or put into action, a request
“Your demands are unreasonable and I will do everything I can to repeal them.”
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Opposite of address oneself to
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Opposite of to engage in forceful or violent confrontations
“Chester would agree with Jesse that his car was gone.”
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(engage in) Opposite of to participate or become involved in
“As it was, I spent a good deal of time trying to remove myself whenever the filming took place.”
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Opposite of to accept
“I decided to turn down the first job I was offered as I was confident of getting some better offers.”
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Opposite of to face something unpleasant with courage and fortitude
“We decided to escape the bad weather and call it a day.”
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Opposite of to knock or bring to the ground
“Somewhere on the long list of jobs is a task to erect a nice little shed in the back garden.”
Noun
Opposite of items or equipment needed for the performance of a task or activity
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