There are several meanings to past.... and the opposite could be either future or present.
The opposite of past is future.
No. The opposite of past is future, or present, depending on context.
The opposite is cried (the past of cry).
The opposite of the modern era would be the past.
The homonym for past is passed.Past as opposite of future, and passed as "I passed the girl while walking".
The opposite of the direction left is the direction right. The opposite of the past tense of leave (left) is either arrived or stayed.
The opposite of opposed (adjective) would be supporting, in favor. The opposite of the past tense opposed could be supported or favored.
Antonym of recent is old or past.
opposite of new
I think the opposite of Present is past. It depends on what kind of present you mean.AbsentTake awayAwayDistantFarPastFuturePrevious
The word is spelled "past" (days gone by, opposite time direction from the future).
The opposite of the future could be the past, or the present if comparing current events to upcoming events.
It is called a slip strike fault, when two plates slip past each other in the opposite direction.
Wrought is to make so in the past tense, so the opposite would be to Undo or something to that affect.
The opposite of aggravated (upset) could be peaceful or unbothered.The opposite of the past tense verb form (made worse) would be improved or alleviated.
The opposite of predicting (foretelling the future) would be recounting (telling the past). The opposite could also be not making a prediction, and simply waitiing for the event.
the opposite of pity is like when you say that is amazing for example: that's a pity that you failed your math test, the opposite is that is awesome that you past the math test.
A place where two plates slip past each other, moving in opposite directions. A place where two plates slip past each other, moving in opposite directions.
The opposite of the past tense verb thought (assumed) could be "knew" and the adjective could be "known."The opposite noun for thought (consideration) could be action.
An earthquake occurs when oceanic or continental plates slide past each other in the opposite direction. This is due to the formation of a transform fault boundary.