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To have been living a particular way of life
“I led a hectic life where I was always busy and on the go.”
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To have visited a person or place
“My parents would have seen me at least once a month.”
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Opposite of past tense for to be told or informed about something
“Try to ignore the poor spelling and amateurish design, and concentrate on the quality of advice gleaned from years of experience.”
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(euphemistic) Opposite of past tense for to have physical or intimate relations with someone
“Our feelings have faded, we are further apart than ever and we avoid each other regularly.”
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Opposite of past tense for to take a risk or chance on
“We decided to forego that rickety ride, fearful that it might break down.”
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Opposite of past tense for to demonstrate empathy
“I cannot help but be indifferent to what Bob must be going through as I have my own issues to deal with.”
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Opposite of past tense for to recognize something as valuable
“It is often easy to dismiss issues that do not affect us as being unimportant.”
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Opposite of past tense for to evaluate (something), assessing its merits and faults
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“To ignore this is to run your business on a wing and a prayer, which is pure chance and takes your destiny out of your own hands.”
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(accede to) Opposite of past tense for to assume an office or position
“In 1450, Jack Cade raised a rebellion to force Henry to address the economic problems or abdicate his throne.”
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Opposite of past tense for to become a member of an organization
“The only way to prevent this would be to secede from the Union.”
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(with a personal objective pronoun) Opposite of past tense for to establish someone or something in a certain position
“It did not surprise him that his father would oppose his intention to drop out of school and begin an apprenticeship.”
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Opposite of past tense for to be a regular patron or visitor of
“They then to avoid noisy places and spend their days soaking in stale water.”
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Opposite of past tense for to agree to receive or take receipt of
“He warned the committee that if he were to win, he would refuse his award on philosophical grounds.”
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Opposite of past tense for to examine through the sense of touch
“The shop assistant tried to get her to ignore the superior fabric of the handbag because she would not have purchased it anyway.”
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Opposite of past tense for to maintain or defend, as a cause or a claim, by words or measures
“Consequently, they tried to develop new forms of ethnographic representations or even abandon the notion of representation as a whole.”
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Opposite of past tense for to physically go along with
“My pet dog was strange in that he preferred to stay indoors and would always avoid me whenever I wanted to go for a walk outside.”
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Opposite of past tense for to invite someone somewhere
“We will now disinvite our neighbors over for lunch because they have proven themselves to be real jerks.”
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Opposite of past tense for to serve or wait on
“They will betray this country when they think its profits are at stake.”
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Opposite of past tense for to accept
“I decided to turn down the first job I was offered as I was confident of getting some better offers.”
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Opposite of past tense for to hold or display a specified thought or emotion
“If you do not encourage the young boy, he will lose confidence in his ability.”
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(of someone's feelings, wishes, or rights) Opposite of past tense for to have due regard for
“The disrespectful media would ignore my family's wish to be left alone.”
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Opposite of past tense for to learn or be taught (something)
“I had to unlearn school chemistry in order to understand quantum mechanics.”
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(usually in the negative) Opposite of past tense for to eat or drink
“Leo tends to avoid greens like it is the plague!”
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Opposite of past tense for to make an attempt at handling a problem or policy
“We should just ignore this problem and let things resolve themselves naturally.”
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Opposite of past tense for to prefer, desire, or choose to have something
“I was full and I would refuse food for the rest of the day.”
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Opposite of past tense for to fix one's attention at something or someone
“It is unacceptable for you to walk away and ignore this dire situation.”
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