What is the opposite of withdraw?

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Opposite of to take out or remove
“If you overdraw your account, deposit money into the bank as soon as possible to avoid additional overdrafts and fees.”
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Opposite of to move or depart to another place
“We decided to remain at the beach for a couple of hours and wait for the sunset.”
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Opposite of to retreat or flee from a (hostile) place or situation
“Then he commanded the soldiers to advance, bearing shields so that they were all standing on the river bank.”
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Opposite of to discontinue or no longer provide (something previously supplied or offered)
“While forgiveness might be good for the soul, it needs both sides to proffer that olive branch.”
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Opposite of to take back or renege on an initial statement or stance
“The governor refused to back down, and if anything, decided to double down his stance on the issue.”
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Opposite of to pull out of, or cease to participate in, a deal, agreement or position
“With strong support behind him, David had been urged to enter the race for a new term.”
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Opposite of to back out of a deal or agreement due to fear or apprehension
“If we can't fill all the parts then we will not be able to proceed with the play as we had planned.”
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Opposite of to put an end to, especially formally
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Opposite of to leave or absent oneself from a place, sometimes temporarily
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Opposite of to leave a place hastily, often for another
“Our plan is to leave Dallas, Texas, in the morning at about eight o'clock and arrive in New York the following morning at about five o'clock.”
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Opposite of to leave or exit a place
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Opposite of to shut off or keep apart, as from company, society, etc.
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Opposite of to flee or run away
“We all quickly moved forward down a small ravine and then started up and were told to hold ground.”
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Opposite of to cause to feel less close or friendly
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Opposite of to take one thing from another
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Opposite of to recant or reverse one's prior position or opinion
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Opposite of to remove from a particular place
“The chef would place a heap of anchovies on my pizza despite me specifically telling him not to.”
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Opposite of to take away from
“They would need to add an extra year to his contract to finally close negotiations.”
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Opposite of to remove or take away (something) from (someone)
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Opposite of to escape or withdraw from a place or situation
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Opposite of to empty or draw out from a space or container
“She sings from her heart and tries to fill the hospital ward with some much-needed joy.”
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Opposite of to record a receivable in the bookkeeping
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Opposite of to change a decision, opinion, or course of action
“After failing to convince other members of the leadership team, he enlisted the support of the President to enforce his decision.”
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Opposite of to detach or move away (from) someone or something
“As you center your attention on me, I come to you.”
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Opposite of to subtract
“If you add two to five, that will equal seven.”
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Opposite of to drain out or empty something (from a container)
“They fill the barrel with tow and tar and grease, and at last, get it to flare up with a fierce flame that resists the storm.”
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Opposite of to cause to be empty or vacant
“We advise all users to fill the machinery with oil before turning it on.”
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