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What is the opposite of fall off?

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Verb
Opposite of to change gradually to a worse condition or lower level
Verb
Opposite of to deviate from a course or straight line
Verb
To become better
“We expect sales to pick up during the summer months.”
Verb
To elevate or extend in an upward direction or motion
Verb
To derive benefit from
“We have been unable to profit from this partnership to any significant degree.”
Verb
To get better
“My purchasing power would rise substantially after I found a better-paying job.”
Verb
To be superior against one's peers
“Phelps would quickly lead the other swimmers, leaving them in his wake.”
Verb
To form a unified whole
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To be consistent or in agreement with
Verb
To reach or bring to a climax, or a very satisfying end
Noun
Opposite of the progressive aspect of a learned skill
“The diminishment in his performance can only be attributed to his inability to cope with the loss of his coach.”
Noun
Opposite of an increase in amount or price
“It was now apparent that only a decrease in the nation's carbon tax would appease the enraged citizens.”
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