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What is the opposite of went?

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To have put in an appearance
“She showed for work despite feeling sick that day.”
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Opposite of past tense for to advance or proceed physically
“Just stay here until I return.”
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(of an an action or process) Opposite of past tense for to start or to begin
“Once you finish watching this episode, please commence with your homework.”
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Opposite of past tense for to be positioned over or along a certain course or in a certain direction
“The railings will end at the end of this corner, so proceed carefully thereafter.”
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(stopped) Opposite of past tense for to proceed or turn out in a specified or successful way
“The show would stop abruptly and perplex the entire audience.”
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(failed) Opposite of past tense for to proceed or turn out in a specified or successful way
“I really did not expect the experiment to fail, but fail it did.”
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(go with) Opposite of past tense for to be consistent or in agreement with
“Surveillance footage would contradict Jessie's account of what had happened.”
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(go with) Opposite of past tense for to be harmonious, complementary, or matching (with something or someone)
“He deliberate wore pants in colors that would contrast against his shirt.”
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Opposite of past tense for to die or cease living
“Despite a scary encounter with a shark, Tom said he would still live on the edge.”
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Opposite of past tense for to draw to a close
“He definitely has potential, so we should persist with him for a little longer.”
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Opposite of past tense for to pass into or be in a specified state, especially an undesirable one
“Pickles can remain edible for as long as one to two years past the expiration date if they are properly stored.”
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Opposite of past tense for to be dismissed from one's employment
“Unfortunately, only employees in senior positions would remain at the company.”
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Opposite of past tense for to deplete, or be depleted, in physical strength or energy
“The doctor would recommend some physical exercises to strengthen the muscles around her knees.”
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(of time) Opposite of past tense for to pass by
“Time does not stop for anyone.”
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Opposite of past tense for to give way or fall to pieces
“It may be old and rickety, but the bridge will hold.”
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Opposite of past tense for to make a noise or sound
“George would press a button to mute the deafening siren.”
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Opposite of past tense for to operate or function
“My old computer was slow and would malfunction regularly.”
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Opposite of past tense for to be lost or stolen
“Eventually, the stolen paintings would be returned to their rightful owner.”
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(rare, more often phrased as "go through") Opposite of past tense for to endure
“Nick would finally relent after being pushed to the limit by his personal trainer.”
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