The serum failed to neutralize the virus in subsequent tests and seemed to offer little protection in animal experiments.
Unless we neutralize the air assets with the no-fly zone, this bleeding will continue.
If the Democrats are smart, they will find some way to neutralize this potentially very compelling narrative.
“One way our immune system works is by generating free radicals that neutralize infections and possibly cancer cells,” says Lee.
The letter that Indian M.P.s wrote was an effort to exert counter-pressure and neutralize that campaign.
As the result had been foreseen, measures were taken to neutralize the effect of this decision as regarded future operations.
They've solved the secret of our invisibility, and now they can neutralize it.
As a general rule more "process" lime is required to neutralize the copper sulfate than good stone lime.
But still you have a little arrangement to neutralize that, eh?
If an alkali (lime) is the offending substance, neutralize by a weak vinegar solution.
1734, "to render neutral" (in a chemical sense), from French neutraliser (17c.), from neutral (see neutral (adj.)). Meaning "to counterbalance, to kill by opposing" is from 1795. Related: Neutralized; neutralizing.