What is the opposite of trigger?

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Opposite of to initiate something
“Some things that you can do to prevent an angry reaction include removing yourself from that situation and working at calming yourself down.”
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Opposite of to cause (a device) to function
“They need to cut the power before they can begin the heist.”
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Opposite of to arouse or be aroused
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(result in) Opposite of to have as a consequence
“Hyperactivity can sometimes begin with the consumption of too much sugar.”
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Opposite of to affect
“I wouldn't be a good father if I weren't here trying to discourage you from executing such a dangerous strategy.”
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Opposite of to take the first step into something
“We need to finish this business we started!”
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Opposite of to be the cause of
“Your method for conducting the experiment will introduce an anomaly that will impede the desired outcome.”
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Opposite of to trigger a passionate feeling or reaction
“Harper was worked up at having lost her favorite doll, but her mother would do her best to calm her.”
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Opposite of to trigger or start movement or progress
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Opposite of to evoke or awaken (a feeling, emotion, or response)
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Opposite of to evoke or draw out (a reaction, answer, or fact) from someone
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Opposite of to have as a consequence or result
“The expected lull in the economy will negate the prospect of prosperity for most people.”
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Opposite of to interconnect and bring into operation
“If the range has an upper oven and fan, disengage the duct connection first.”
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Opposite of to shoot or discharge a projectile, pulse or stream via a weapon or device
“The detective sighed and motioned toward his partner, who proceeded to sheath his gun and then walk toward the International Satellite.”
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Opposite of to involve (something) as a necessary or inevitable part or consequence
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Opposite of to blast, to blow up, to burst, to detonate, to go off
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Opposite of to fire (a gun or missile)
“Ricks had given the order to hold fire unless absolutely necessary.”
Noun
Opposite of a small platform on springs and usually hinged at one end, used to launch or vault onto other equipment
Noun
Opposite of something that arouses activity or energy in someone or something
Adjective
Opposite of comparative for being in a clean and tidy state
Adjective
Opposite of comparative for fashionable
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