What is the opposite of taken?

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Adjective
Opposite of being currently in use
“The building has been unoccupied since the business closed almost two years ago.”
Adjective
Opposite of in love, or infatuated with someone or something
Adjective
Opposite of kept specially for a particular person
Adjective
Opposite of not available for use
“There should be plenty of available seats given that the movie has been out for a while now.”
Adjective
(keen on) Opposite of having an attraction to
“I have a deep physical attraction towards Boris, but I'm completely indifferent to his personality.”
Adjective
Opposite of led astray
Adjective
Opposite of grasped
Adjective
Opposite of earned
Adjective
Opposite of excessively attracted to, in love with, or fond of someone or something
“Of course, not everyone is disenchanted with our peerless leader.”
Adjective
(of facilities or services) Opposite of not currently available for use
“You should give him a call now while his line is available.”
Adjective
Opposite of overwhelmed with emotion
“He appeared to be largely unaffected by the tragic news of his mother's death.”
Verb
Opposite of to have guided or escorted
“The ushers have ignored me as I wait patiently to be shown to my seat.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle forms for thought
“They are reminded of what they have been missing, and of what has been long lost or forgotten.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to get into one's possession
“The street vendor would give me my hot dog once he had finished preparing it.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to take control of with one's hands
“The child would release her mother's hand and run off to play once they reached the park.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to remove from a particular place
“The chef would place a heap of anchovies on my pizza despite me specifically telling him not to.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to cite or reference
“The teacher would typically invent new and creative phrases to demonstrate the use of various words in sentences.”
Verb
(of food, drink or drugs) Opposite of past participle for to consume
“You should abstain from unhealthy foods if you want to lose weight.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to capture by force
“After assuming power, Daenerys would proceed to free the Unsullied from their enslavement.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to dispossess someone of something
“Someone had stolen Jesse's car, but the thief would then return it later that day.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to subtract
“If you add two to five, that will equal seven.”
Verb
(of a place or position) Opposite of past participle for to occupy
“We would reluctantly forfeit our prime, first-row seats at the concert because we had another urgent matter to attend to.”
Verb
(of accommodation) Opposite of past participle for to rent
“I would rent out my apartment to a nice couple who were new to the city.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to accept
“I decided to turn down the first job I was offered as I was confident of getting some better offers.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to pick one option over another
“I absolutely disfavor just lazing about at home instead of going out for a walk.”
Verb
(of a newspaper or periodical) Opposite of past participle for to be a subscriber to
“I am going to cancel Woman's Day as I am no longer interested in keeping up with the Kardashians.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to carry or bring along with
“My new guitar was too bulky to take with me, and so I would leave it in Spain.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to accept or receive, typically something awarded
“She had worked hard and tried her best, but would ultimately fail at winning a medal during the tournament.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to act on an opportunity
“He would miss many golden opportunities that had been presented to him during his career because of his tunnel vision.”
Verb
(take one's word) Opposite of past participle for to believe as valid or correct
“You keep making promises without producing results, so I am going to have to disbelieve your word from now on.”
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Opposite of past participle for to understand or accept the validity of
“He has a penchant for using sarcasm, which often leads people to misunderstand the point he is making.”
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(be taken by or with) Opposite of past participle for to be attracted or charmed by
“Many people were offended by Alex's crazy theory that polluted waters were causing frogs to mutate.”
Verb
(of an action or task) Opposite of past participle for to undertake or perform
“Because of your goodwill towards the association, you will be allowed to bypass the test that most members are required to take.”
Verb
(of a task or situation) Opposite of past participle for to have a necessity for a particular person or thing
“We already have plenty of eggs. It will not take much more to bake this cake.”
Verb
(of an illness) Opposite of past participle for to catch or contract
“I should recover from my cold within a week or so.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to allow or have room for
“The school will bar any student who fails to meet the minimum academic requirements.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to achieve victory over
“With the mediocre players we have, we are probably going to lose to most teams.”
Verb
Opposite of past participle for to cause or result in the loss of life
“The lifeguard used CPR to revive the boy who had almost drowned.”
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