Re-pairing

Pronunciation of Re-Pairing
/ɹˌiːpˈe͡əɹɪŋ/, /ɹˌiːpˈe‍əɹɪŋ/, /ɹ_ˌiː_p_ˈeə_ɹ_ɪ_ŋ/

Antonyms for re-pairing

fall behind, punish, hurtful, discard, discontinue, give, rush, disjoin, depart, be direct, kill, continue, pet, loosen, enter, divide, deny, wait, lose, request, derange, blunder, detach, offer, mar, blemish, tire, injure, surrender, Unsuit, refuse, uglify, subtract, desert, retrogress, clean, damage, leave, dull, trouble, forfeit, antique, finish, diminish, deprive, disarrange, dirty, dodge, stay, reduce, depress, disturb, weaken, indulge, bore, ignore, permit, cease, mismatch, give up, disconnect, fine, Unknit, mistake, corrupt, harmful, reject, blow, mislay, lessen, coddle, squander, dispirit, stagnate, allow, yield, be willing, spoil, hinder, leave alone, pay, break, receive, dissuade, release, get sick, forget, retreat, wane, avoid, destroy, waver, injurious, discourage, deteriorate, halt, penalize, let go, accept, demolish, validate, disperse, lower, hold, impair, scatter, neglect, rend, harm, worsen, upset, dismiss, sadden, hold back, ruin, come, debase, grow, condemn, obstruct, meet, stop, return, deface, maintain, relinquish, shun, disorder, work, face, untie, unfit, raze, goof, misuse, keep, tangle, unfasten, worry, fail, defile, deaden, cancel, unsettle, decrease, dishearten, dislike, increase, ask, drop, support, pamper, take, disagree, wreck, get, damaging, use, endanger, confuse, abstain, aggravate, make well, be permissive, approve, intensify, calm, live, waste, separate, shorten, block, arrive, decline, create, be born, remain, hurt, wrong, purify, disorganize, move, tear, loose, miss, enervate, veto, agitate, suppress, abandon, annoy.

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