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What is the opposite of take off?

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Opposite of to launch or ascend vertically into the air
“Due to the effect of wind, it could happen that by scrupulously following the indicator, the plane would finally land at the destination.”
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Opposite of to leave a place hastily, often for another
“Our plan is to leave Dallas, Texas, in the morning at about eight o'clock and arrive in New York the following morning at about five o'clock.”
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Opposite of to remove, especially something worn
“I quickly don a pair of pants before I answer the door.”
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Opposite of to subtract a quantity or number
Add two and two, and you get four.”
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Opposite of to abolish or discontinue (something previously supplied or offered)
“If the policy has been in a lapsed state for a very short period of time, the insurer may reinstate the policy without any evidence of insurability.”
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Opposite of to become successful or popular
“The trend would flop in the early 80s but pick up again in the early 2000s.”
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Opposite of to increase dramatically in value, amount or degree
“A depreciating euro led to expectations that its value would depreciate further, providing another reason for capital to move to the USA.”
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(slang, dated) Opposite of to steal or rob from
“Part of him, the public servant, knows that a heist is a dishonorable act, and his conscience tells him to reconsider it.”
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Opposite of run away from a place or situation of danger
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Opposite of to take one thing from another
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Opposite of to escape or flee, especially under incriminating circumstances
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Opposite of to retreat from something frightening or dangerous
“When they saw an opportunity to gain territory, the armed forces decided to advance into the capital.”
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Opposite of to free from the condition of being stuck
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Opposite of to physically cut off or sever
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Opposite of make perfect
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Opposite of pretend to be another
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Opposite of ridicule, make fun of
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Opposite of make fun of
Noun
Opposite of a humorous imitation of something, typically exaggerated for comic effect
Noun
Opposite of a play, novel, film, or other work which uses satire
Noun
Opposite of an instance of rising or moving up through the air
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