What is the opposite of traverse?

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Opposite of to move over or back and forth over
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Opposite of to cause to fail
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Opposite of to travel, usually with some measurable distance
“Before the warrior set off on his adventure, the old man told him to stay awhile and listen.”
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Opposite of to move, usually over long distances
“After much deliberation, Nelly and her family decided to remain in their country.”
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Opposite of to move or proceed onward
“Unsu was given orders to retreat when many of his men had fallen during the Battle of Seimor.”
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Opposite of to walk at a steady speed, especially without a particular destination and as an expression of anxiety or annoyance
“I would sit and wait patiently for the support act to finish before the main act would finally commence.”
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Opposite of to aimlessly move or drift from place to place
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Opposite of to be or make a bridge over (something)
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Opposite of to make one's way via a given path or trail
“Do not veer off the path, or you could end up getting lost!”
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Opposite of to make a trip to or visit
“We had initially planned a holiday but decided to stay put because of work commitments.”
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(of a bridge, arch, etc.) Opposite of to extend from side to side of
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Opposite of to get to a location by any means of motion
“Please stand still for a moment while I take your measurements.”
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Opposite of to divide something by cutting transversely
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Opposite of to resist or endure (something) successfully
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Opposite of to cut or divide into parts
Noun
Opposite of a trip or a set amount of traveling
“He agreed that the immobility caused by her illness could have played a part in her decline.”
Noun
Opposite of an act of moving or going through a given point
“The convoys would have to come to a halt to undergo stringent checks before proceeding.”
Noun
Opposite of the action or process of moving through or forward in time or place
Noun
Opposite of an advance or forward movement
“Ronin surmised that no one had escaped the fight unscathed, and he began wondering if he should've called a retreat in the first place.”
Noun
Opposite of the central problem or difficulty in a situation
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