|neutralize or neutralise (ˈnjuːtrəˌlaɪz)|
|1.||(also intr) to render or become ineffective or neutral by counteracting, mixing, etc; nullify|
|2.||(also intr) to make or become electrically or chemically neutral|
|3.||to exclude (a country) from the sphere of warfare or alliances by international agreement: the great powers neutralized Belgium in the 19th century|
|4.||to render (an army) incapable of further military action|
|neutralise or neutralise|
|neutrali'zation or neutralise|
|neutrali'sation or neutralise|
|'neutralizer or neutralise|
|'neutraliser or neutralise|
|the spoken form a word has when produced in isolation, such as for illustration, as distinguished from the form it would have when produced in the normal stream of speech|
|the complete displacement of one language by another in a population of speakers|
neutralization neu·tral·i·za·tion (n&oomacr;'trə-lĭ-zā'shən, ny&oomacr;'-)
A reaction between an acid and a base that yields a salt and water.
The rendering ineffective of an action or substance, such as a drug.
The change of an acid solution to neutral by titration of an alkaline solution.
The change of an alkaline solution to neutral by titration of an acid solution.