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neutrophil neu·tro·phil (nōō'trə-fĭl', nyōō'-) or neu·tro·phile (-fīl')
A neutrophil cell, especially an abundant type of granular white blood cell that is highly destructive of microorganisms.
A cell or tissue that manifests no special affinity for acid or basic dyes.