neutralise


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neutralise


Past participle: neutralised
Gerund: neutralising

Imperative
neutralise
neutralise
Present
I neutralise
you neutralise
he/she/it neutralises
we neutralise
you neutralise
they neutralise
Preterite
I neutralised
you neutralised
he/she/it neutralised
we neutralised
you neutralised
they neutralised
Present Continuous
I am neutralising
you are neutralising
he/she/it is neutralising
we are neutralising
you are neutralising
they are neutralising
Present Perfect
I have neutralised
you have neutralised
he/she/it has neutralised
we have neutralised
you have neutralised
they have neutralised
Past Continuous
I was neutralising
you were neutralising
he/she/it was neutralising
we were neutralising
you were neutralising
they were neutralising
Past Perfect
I had neutralised
you had neutralised
he/she/it had neutralised
we had neutralised
you had neutralised
they had neutralised
Future
I will neutralise
you will neutralise
he/she/it will neutralise
we will neutralise
you will neutralise
they will neutralise
Future Perfect
I will have neutralised
you will have neutralised
he/she/it will have neutralised
we will have neutralised
you will have neutralised
they will have neutralised
Future Continuous
I will be neutralising
you will be neutralising
he/she/it will be neutralising
we will be neutralising
you will be neutralising
they will be neutralising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been neutralising
you have been neutralising
he/she/it has been neutralising
we have been neutralising
you have been neutralising
they have been neutralising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been neutralising
you will have been neutralising
he/she/it will have been neutralising
we will have been neutralising
you will have been neutralising
they will have been neutralising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been neutralising
you had been neutralising
he/she/it had been neutralising
we had been neutralising
you had been neutralising
they had been neutralising
Conditional
I would neutralise
you would neutralise
he/she/it would neutralise
we would neutralise
you would neutralise
they would neutralise
Past Conditional
I would have neutralised
you would have neutralised
he/she/it would have neutralised
we would have neutralised
you would have neutralised
they would have neutralised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.neutralise - get rid of (someone who may be a threat) by killing; "The mafia liquidated the informer"; "the double agent was neutralized"
kill - cause to die; put to death, usually intentionally or knowingly; "This man killed several people when he tried to rob a bank"; "The farmer killed a pig for the holidays"
2.neutralise - make incapable of military action
demilitarise, demilitarize - do away with the military organization and potential of
3.neutralise - make ineffective by counterbalancing the effect of; "Her optimism neutralizes his gloom"; "This action will negate the effect of my efforts"
weaken - lessen the strength of; "The fever weakened his body"
4.neutralise - make chemically neutral; "She neutralized the solution"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
Translations
يُحَيِّد، يُبْطِل مَفْعول
ónÿta; gera skaîlausan; jafna út

neutral

(ˈnjuːtrəl) adjective
1. not taking sides in a quarrel or war. A neutral country was asked to help settle the dispute.
2. (of colour) not strong or definite. Grey is a neutral colour.
3. (in electricity) neither positively nor negatively charged.
noun
1. (a person belonging to) a nation that takes no part in a war or quarrel.
2. the position of the gear of an engine in which no power passes to the wheels etc. I put the car into neutral.
neuˈtrality (-ˈtrӕ-) noun
the state of being neutral.
ˈneutralize, ˈneutralise verb
to make useless or harmless usually by causing an opposite effect.
References in classic literature ?
Hence perfect equilibrium between the interior and exterior pressure, which thus neutralise each other, and which allows you to bear it without inconvenience.
During a media event last week, Parrikar, in reply to a question, had said, "We have to neutralise terrorists through terrorists only.
The research team found that her antibodies can neutralise HIV which may lead to the end of the war against the pandemic.