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What is the opposite of block?

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Noun
Opposite of an obstacle to the normal progress or functioning of something
“It will be the foundation stone for the education and promotion of sustainable design and the incorporation of renewable energy technology.”
Noun
Opposite of a physical blockage which prevents the passage or flow of something
“Using professional cable machines or drain snakes, we are able to break through the blockage and create an opening for water to flow through.”
Noun
Opposite of an association formed for mutual benefit, especially between countries or organizations
“The loss of self-respect is the precursor of deterioration of moral feeling and operates in producing disunion of parties.”
Noun
(British) Opposite of a set of sheets of paper glued along one edge, used for drawing or writing on
“Taking out a small sheet of paper, she wrote a short note and placed it under his hand.”
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Opposite of a hindrance or obstruction in doing something
Noun
Opposite of a thing that prevents or is intended to prevent someone from doing something
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Opposite of a collection of things, typically considered as a unit
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Opposite of a thick, solid piece of something
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Opposite of a league or alliance, especially of confederate states
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Opposite of an organization which consists of a number of parties or groups united in an alliance or league
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Opposite of a faction or offshoot of a larger group or organization, especially in religion
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Opposite of a group or faction within a political party or other organization
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Opposite of something that prevents or safeguards against harm or danger
Noun
Opposite of a mass or lump of a soft material, used for padding, stuffing, or wiping
Verb
Opposite of to block or clog up a space or opening
“The meeting was told how he even allowed one Christmas Day to be interrupted to go and unblock a resident's toilet with his own plunger!”
Verb
Opposite of to stop, prevent or interrupt something from progressing
“Foreign aid can also have a role, but mainly only to expedite this growth once it starts.”
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(in sport) Opposite of to stop (a ball or blow) from finding its mark
“He would let the ball through perfectly to the striker to score the winning goal.”
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Opposite of to prohibit or interdict the participation or inclusion of
Verb
Opposite of to debar, or cause to withdraw temporarily, from a privilege, place, position, etc.
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