What is the opposite of watch?

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Opposite of to look at or observe attentively over a period of time
“He would sit in the corner, meticulously folding origami, but for the most part, the other children would disregard what he is doing.”
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Opposite of to take care or charge of, especially on behalf of another
“She knew her partner would neglect her pet, so she had to make plans to put Fido in the care of a professional dog-sitter.”
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Opposite of to be on the lookout for
“Look out for anyone in fatigues and disregard everyone else.”
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Opposite of to direct one's gaze
“Trying to remain inconspicuous, she would avert any passersby as she walked through the city.”
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Opposite of to see or notice
“How did you miss that? It was the single best shot ever made!”
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Opposite of to gaze at steadily in a particular way
“She would disregard him when he attempted to buy her a drink.”
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(care for) Opposite of to look after
“It was a common trait among the male species to abandon its young family once they were old enough to fend for themselves.”
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Opposite of to fix one's gaze on something or someone
“We could not help but look away from the wreck that was before us.”
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Opposite of accompany for supervision
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Opposite of to take heed or pay attention to, especially of advice or instruction
“It's obvious she is going to ignore you if you keep barking instructions like a mad man.”
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Opposite of to monitor or follow through observation
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Opposite of to pursue or follow someone
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Opposite of to look steadily and intently
“Any time anything entered my peripheral vision I would flinch.”
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Opposite of look at closely in order to observe or read
“You might want to just skim through Galileo's geometrical proofs and focus your attention on his conclusions.”
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Opposite of to direct, handle, control, or be in charge of
Noun
Opposite of an act or instance of carefully observing someone or something over a period of time
“The Police Chief would harangue the guards about their carelessness that resulted in the Green Emerald being stolen.”
Noun
Opposite of resistance
Noun
Opposite of a person who protects or defends something
Noun
Opposite of a person's fixed or allotted period of work
Noun
Opposite of a steady, intent look
“She reacted with a sudden intake of breath, a lurch of her heart, and a blinking of her eyes.”
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