What is the antonym of “deploying”?
The antonyms of deploying are withdrawing and removing. The antonyms withdrawing and removing convey the opposite meaning of deploying, which is to move away or take something out of a particular place.
Brief Definitions of the Antonym(s)
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To remove or take something away from a particular place.
The army is withdrawing its troops from the border.
To take something away from a particular place.
The company is removing all the old equipment from the warehouse.
How are these antonyms different from each other?
- 1Withdrawing implies taking something away from a particular place, while removing simply means taking something away.
- 2Withdrawing can also mean retreating or pulling back, while removing does not have this connotation.
Good things to know
- 1Military Operations: Use deploying and withdrawing to describe the movement of troops in and out of a particular area.
- 2Logistics: Use removing to describe the process of taking equipment or supplies out of a warehouse or storage facility.
- 3Business: Use withdrawing and removing to describe the process of taking products or services off the market.