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What is the opposite of step down?

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Verb
Opposite of to leave or resign from one's current position or role
Verb
Opposite of to decrease or make lower in degree, amount or value
Verb
To persist steadfastly in pursuit of a goal, especially despite challenges
Verb
To physically scale something to get to its top
“The servants and live-in farm workers were not allowed to use the stairs, but had to climb a ladder to get to their sleeping quarters.”
Verb
To make one's way quickly or awkwardly, typically in an upward direction
“Pedestrians took their lives in their hands, running the tree-lined gauntlet while being forced to scramble up steep bankings if two vehicles met on the narrow stretch.”
Verb
To assume control or responsibility
Verb
(accede to) To assume an office or position
“Shebitku was sole ruler, the first Kushite, in fact, to accede to the throne on Egyptian soil.”
Verb
To serve as a member of a council, jury, or other official body
“Its members sit for five years, except for student representatives who hold their positions for one year.”
Verb
To embark or immerse oneself in a task or venture
“The publisher had been most hesitant to plunge into this venture.”
Verb
To perform a task as part of one's employment
“I work as a ranger at the local national park.”
Verb
To physically place in a given location
“The tech company decided it would be strategic to establish their headquarters in Silicon Valley.”
Noun
Opposite of the amount or degree by which something is reduced
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Noun
A separate section in a book, report or document
Adjective
Opposite of that decreases in stages
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