What is the opposite of transpire?

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Opposite of to happen or take place, especially following an earlier event
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Opposite of to come into being or have its starting point at a certain time or place
“The two tribes have agreed to cease all hostilities with each other in order to bring peace and harmony to their own villages.”
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Opposite of to happen, transpire, or take place
“We plan on spending the weekend together, the whole family, and I really hope those plans don't fall through because of Felipe's work.”
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Opposite of to take place or come about
“Moments like these disappear as quickly as they appear.”
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Opposite of to set up or establish
“He will destroy his father's legacy if he runs the business into the ground.”
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Opposite of to develop or be developed
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(follow from) Opposite of to occur as a consequence
“The president's decision to raise fuel taxes would cause a revolt.”
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Opposite of to take place or do something by accident or without intending to
“It took several months for the Peruvian Army to prepare and plan an assault on the compound.”
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Opposite of to gradually increase in detail
“Let us analyze the facts as they are now before they begin to complicate matters.”
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Opposite of to become apparent or to be revealed
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(of time) Opposite of to pass or move by
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