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What is the opposite of stand by?

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Opposite of to be ready to be called on
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Opposite of to adhere to diligently or or in a steadfast manner
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To injure someone physically, mentally or emotionally
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To alter one's opinion about something
“The government chose to retreat over the unpopular proposal.”
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To deceive, disclose secrets or betray trust
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(deviate from) To fail to conform to a regulation or obligation
“The restaurant could deviate from safety standards if they fail to maintain proper sanitation practices.”
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To defy or put up a resistance to someone or something
“Why do you cross the King's command?”
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To betray the secrets of, or to inform on someone
“The new act protects employees from victimization if they split on their bosses.”
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To be unfaithful to one's spouse or partner
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To feel repentant over
“I regret the harsh words that were spoken in my fit of anger.”
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To move or jump suddenly or rapidly upwards or forwards
“They hid behind the doorway and listened, preparing to spring out and attack if needed.”
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To move across or through a given point
“The larger boats are unable to pass under the low bridges.”
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To abandon or leave behind
“Friendless, persecuted, poor, about the early age of twenty-two, was the greatest poet which the world has ever seen, compelled to desert his home, his wife, his children, to seek employment from the hands of strangers.”
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To move to a position in (a queue/line) that is further forward
“He is annoyingly impatient and is always trying to jump the queue.”
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To apply improperly or incorrectly in an almost obscene way
“Those who are of corrupt character are likely to abuse any power afforded to them.”
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To take back or renege on an initial statement or stance
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To move past someone or something with force
“I had to push through the throng of tourists to catch a glimpse of the famous artwork.”
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