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What is the opposite of trip?

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Noun
Opposite of a journey or excursion, especially for pleasure
Noun
(rare, archaic) Opposite of a mistake
Noun
Opposite of a journey for pleasure, typically in which several different places are visited
Noun
Opposite of something said or done that is socially upsetting or incorrect
Noun
Opposite of an excursion or journey, typically brief
Noun
Opposite of a journey, typically on an expedition or mission
Noun
Opposite of an extended period of leisure and recreation, especially one involving travel
Noun
(success) Opposite of a mistake, typically unintentional
“As we blast off from Earth, we look out the rocket's rear-facing window and telescopically observe the people near the launch pad who are applauding the success of the liftoff.”
Noun
(order) Opposite of a mistake, typically unintentional
Noun
Opposite of a walk taken for pleasure, especially in the countryside
Noun
Opposite of an involuntary slip or fall
“While a quick recovery is vulnerable to attacks if the enemy is close, it can be just as vulnerable to stay prone after a knockdown.”
Noun
Opposite of a short excursion made in a car
“The couple made a brief stop at a remote service station for a quick toilet break.”
Noun
Opposite of an experience involving the apparent perception of something not present
Noun
Opposite of a journey undertaken to accomplish some task
Noun
Opposite of an act or judgment that is misguided or wrong
“He made his fortune through astuteness and good decision making with his investments.”
Noun
Opposite of a state of dreaming while awake
Noun
Opposite of an act or judgment that is misguided or wrong
“There are too many minor mistakes, which need correction before a paperback edition.”
Noun
Opposite of a temporary stay with a person or at a place
“Mason's departure from London was sudden and unexplainable, but authorities trusted that he was not fleeing from suspicious circumstances.”
Noun
Opposite of a mistake or error
“I was not in a position to mark it up or to start working on it because I had to check it for correctness.”
Noun
Opposite of a source of pleasure or satisfaction
Verb
Opposite of to stumble or fall, usually due to catching one's foot on something
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Opposite of to walk, run, or dance with quick and light steps
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Opposite of to move about or around quickly and randomly
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Opposite of to start, activate or put into action
“A protective system is connected to the power system to sense selected circuit conditions and deactivate the power system upon the occurrence of a fault.”
Verb
Opposite of to move hurriedly or as by bouncing or twitching
Verb
Opposite of to go on a voyage or journey
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Opposite of to walk or run with a spring in one's step
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Opposite of to move or proceed, especially at a brisk pace
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Opposite of to make a mess of
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Opposite of to drop or fall down, literally or figuratively
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(of a person) Opposite of to move in a quick and lively way
“The brooding teenagers stand around in the hallway, looking the others up and down as they pass by.”
Verb
Opposite of to run, especially at a steady and moderate pace
Verb
Opposite of to commit a mistake or error
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Opposite of to physically move from a higher to a lower level
“During the festival, many hot air balloons would ascend into the sky.”
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Opposite of to commit a mistake or error
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Opposite of to switch off or power down (something)
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Opposite of to commit a mistake or error
“Her career was a collection of serendipitous and fortuitous events that entices one to believe she was fated to succeed.”
Verb
Opposite of to go on a holiday
“I had to work in a foreign country without any knowledge of the language, customs, and habits of the people.”
Verb
Opposite of to walk or hike over a long distance
Verb
(rare, nonstandard) Opposite of to commit a mistake or error
“I must make amends and correct my mistakes if I want to improve as a person.”
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Opposite of to knock or bring to the ground
“Somewhere on the long list of jobs is a task to erect a nice little shed in the back garden.”
Verb
Opposite of to experience a hallucination
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