What is the opposite of work out?

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Opposite of to arrive at an answer through logic or arithmetic
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Opposite of to be successful (as planned)
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Opposite of to learn or discover, especially through studying or searching
“She tried to hide all evidence of her crime.”
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Opposite of to comprehend what someone is saying
“Because he was speaking incoherently, it was easy to misconstrue what he was saying.”
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Opposite of to engage in physical activity to sustain or improve health and fitness
“She knew she would have to rest after climbing, so she began her ascent.”
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Opposite of compute or estimate amount
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Opposite of to arrive at an answer through logic
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Opposite of to prepare something in advance
“The coach was out of ideas and it was now up the players to get creative and improvise.”
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Opposite of to perform a fictitious role
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Opposite of figure out, understand
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Opposite of complete or agree on a finished and definitive version of
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Opposite of to ascertain through analysis or investigation
“The detectives would disprove that Steven was innocent after finding traces of the victim's DNA on his premises.”
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Opposite of to arrive at a judgment or opinion by reasoning
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Opposite of to withstand scrutiny or criticism
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(of a problem or puzzle) Opposite of to determine the solution of
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Opposite of to work out or resolve
“My friend tends to pass on puzzles that she is unable to solve quickly.”
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Opposite of to find out through discovery
“Ted would be ignorant as to who the princesses were until he met them in the castle while on his adventure with Bill.”
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Opposite of 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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Opposite of to arrive at an answer through logic
“I had to think long and hard, then I had to give up on figuring out this puzzle.”
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(clear up) Opposite of to cause to be clear from ambiguity
“We need to obfuscate the exact cause of the issue to cover our wrongdoings.”
Noun
Opposite of repeated exercise in or performance of an activity or skill so as to acquire or maintain proficiency in it
“With her piano concerto approaching, her parents were concerned to see Nicola engage in idleness rather than practice.”
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