What is the opposite of walk?

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Noun
Opposite of the act of making a trip by foot
“After an arduous trek through the National Rainforest, the group decided to have a break.”
Noun
Opposite of an area of life a person has experienced including their careers, and position within society
“It does look like he does it professionally, but I have been told it's only for recreation.”
Noun
Opposite of a long walk, typically a tiring one
Noun
Opposite of a way or track laid down for walking or made by continual treading
Noun
Opposite of a long walk or walking tour
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 a field or domain of activity or interest
Noun
Opposite of activity one engages in to make a living
“My unemployment has lasted for six months now.”
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(generalisation) Opposite of the domain in which something or someone is active
Noun
(line) Opposite of the domain in which something or someone is active
“Blackfoot's refusal to respect a political boundary that did not accord with their own often blurred the line between local and international problems.”
Noun
Opposite of a person's manner of walking or the sound made as they walk
Noun
Opposite of a journey, especially over long distances
“Convinced he could run the government as well from Quincy as t Philadelphia, Adams stretched his stay at home for a full seven months.”
Verb
Opposite of to be in motion by moving one's feet in a slow and alternative manner
“Everyone boldly crossed the busy road, but Henry decided to stay and wait for the cars to clear.”
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Opposite of to accompany someone by walking together, or to take a pet for a recreational walk
“She would leave me to carry out the task by myself, even though I was only eight at the time.”
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(colloquial) Opposite of to be cleared of charges and be free to live life as per usual
“Public support made it difficult to convict them in a trial before a jury.”
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Opposite of to impose inaction of work in order to force an employer to agree to demands
“Statistics show that well-paid employees tend to remain in their jobs longer.”
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Opposite of to travel unsystematically over, through, or about (a place)
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Opposite of to walk or hike over a long distance
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Opposite of to walk for a long distance, especially across country
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Opposite of to walk with long or vigorous steps
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Opposite of to leave or exit
“They are always fashionably late, and when they arrive, it will be obvious.”
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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 refuse to work as a protest
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Opposite of to take something illegally or without permission
“The visitor then condemned the absent hebdomadary, ordering him to return the stolen possessions to the parishioners of Pujarnol.”
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Opposite of to guide or escort
“The ushers would ignore me as I waited patiently to be shown to my seat.”
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Opposite of to guide or direct in a particular direction
“The old knave tried to mislead the children away from their parents but was thwarted by an officer who chased him away.”
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Opposite of to aimlessly move or drift from place to place
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