What is the opposite of vary?

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Opposite of to give variety to
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Opposite of to make a change to (a routine, behavior or habit)
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Opposite of to fluctuate from one condition, form, level or state to another
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Opposite of to differ, especially based on a type or class
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Opposite of to change or vary irregularly in number or amount
“Nationwide, house prices started to plateau as the Reserve Bank raised interest rates and commercial banks added additional increases of their own.”
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Opposite of to vary or fluctuate between two states
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Opposite of to range or occur within a continuous spectrum
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Opposite of to be unlike or dissimilar
“The techniques used to create this type of hair jewelry resemble those for making bobbin lace.”
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(literally or figuratively) Opposite of to deviate from a normal or expected path
“Walkers are asked to follow the path in summer because of the fragile landscape.”
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Opposite of to range or occur within a continuous spectrum
“It is less important to fix a precise value on the discount rate and place more emphasis on identifying the likely range of values of the discount rate.”
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Opposite of to change the form or structure of
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Opposite of to fluctuate from one condition, form, level or state to another
“The weather is predicted to plateau tomorrow.”
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Opposite of to make a marked change in the form, nature, or appearance of
“All countries experience the tension between the need to develop resources, and the responsibility to preserve nature.”
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Opposite of to modify, especially so as to better fit a given purpose or circumstance
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Opposite of to provide assuagement or palliation to
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Opposite of to change the emphasis, direction, or focus of
“Prepare notes for reference to stay on topic and avoid rambling or going off on personal tangents.”
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Opposite of to compare in such a way as to emphasize differences
“Some people would liken the act of music piracy to the theft of physical property.”
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Opposite of to disagree with or dispute
“I agree that this craze is on the rise, but it evoked a bigger issue for me.”
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