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counterpose (verb), counterposes; counterposed; counterposing
1. To set in contrast, opposition, equilibrium, or balance: Dirk will be counterposing the arrangement of the furniture in the room with the windows.
2. To offer or to place in opposition, response, or contrast: Jane's argument was counterposing that of the rest of the panel.
3. To constitute a counterweight or counterbalance to someone or something: The presence of the school principal, Mr. Pyott, counterposed the input from community leaders.