What is the opposite of trail?

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Verb
Opposite of to follow or pursue someone or something closely from behind
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Opposite of to move slowly, heavily, clumsily, or with difficulty
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Opposite of to pursue with an intent to catch
“Gunther would lead them on a wild goose chase.”
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Opposite of to move or pass at a slow speed, especially of time
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Opposite of to follow or chase after
“At that point, Siringo was ordered to abandon the chase and proceed to Montana.”
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Opposite of to pull or drag along through the application of steady force
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Opposite of to pursue, typically in order to keep track of, or to apprehend, someone
“He would lead all others in the race by a substantial margin.”
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Opposite of to pull or drag along through the application of steady force
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Opposite of to provide information about a person or goods and services to influence others
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Opposite of to apply great and continuous effort
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Opposite of to swing loosely while being suspended
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Opposite of to stealthily trail or watch
“The detective would eventually lose track of the suspect because of all the commotion around him.”
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Opposite of to diminish in intensity or severity, especially gradually
Noun
Opposite of a way or track laid down for walking or made by continual treading
Noun
Opposite of the consequences or after-effects of a significant (and usually unpleasant) event
Noun
Opposite of a series of connected events or thoughts
Noun
Opposite of a sequence of items of the same type forming a line
Noun
Opposite of the route or direction followed by a ship, aircraft, road, or river
Noun
Opposite of one or more lines of people or vehicles moving in the same direction
Noun
Opposite of the action of physically pursuing or chasing someone or something
Noun
Opposite of a route designed to get to a particular destination
“Construction workers had blocked off our street, so we had to take a detour.”
Noun
Opposite of a downward or declining slope or surface
“The bicyclist braced himself for a hard slog upon encountering an unexpectedly steep incline.”
Noun
Opposite of a long walk, typically a tiring one
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