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what verb is omitted after "to", in this sentence: "It's too important not to."

This is the full dialogue, for your reference:

Believe me when I say that we will figure out this carbon project. It's too important not to. but it's going to be on my timeline, not yours.

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    What verb do you think it is? How many verbs come before it in the passage? Do any of them make sense?
    – gotube
    May 1, 2023 at 2:32

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In the dialog, the person says that they will figure out this project. Figure out is the verb. It can be rewritten as:

Believe me when I say that we will figure out this carbon project. It's too important not to figure it out, but it's going to be on my timeline, not yours.

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