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Definitions and meanings of "Neutralising"

What do we mean by neutralising?

To make even, inactive or ineffective.

To make (a territory, etc.) politically neutral.

To make (an acidic or alkaline substance) chemically neutral.

To kill.

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The word "neutralising" in example sentences

The latest experimental shot has been tested successfully on mice and monkeys, but not humans, and has been shown to activate a broad response from immune system proteins called neutralising antibodies. ❋ Unknown (2011)

How about "neutralising" the threat of Lalit Modi and his brigade before "neutralising" the alleged mastermind of the Dantewada massacre, Ramanna Paparao? ❋ Guest Post (2010)

He also hailed his department's success in "neutralising" armed robberies. ❋ Unknown (2010)

The source then mentions money to cover expenses in locating and 'neutralising' government witnesses, including the cost of acquiring prepaid and unregistered cellphones. ❋ Unknown (2008)

But given admonitions about wise eating, and the health and safety constrictions on slaked lime, available – if at all – for £20 a kilo, I must either devise a new means of neutralising that astringent sap or be content to dwell on the memory of green fig conserve. ❋ Unknown (2011)

Let me illustrate that by neutralising the sympathies. ❋ Unknown (2010)

Danny Cipriani has been tasked with neutralising elusive fly-half Matt Giteau, identified as Australia's main threat ❋ Unknown (2011)

The comic might, in this model, be understood as the acceptance of credibility warp — the suspension of suspension-of-disbelief — as a means of neutralising affective warp. posted by Hal Duncan | 7: 02 PM ❋ Hal Duncan (2009)

Watched by the chancellor George Osborne, US Vogue editor Anna Wintour and Pippa Middleton – whose every appearance on the big screen was whistled at approvingly by the crowd outside – a focused Murray was soon making it look easy, neutralising Lopez's impressive serve and losing only eight points on his own in the first two sets. ❋ Unknown (2011)

British forces are directly involved in neutralising insurgent strongholds, bringing security and governance to local people. ❋ Unknown (2011)

Much of Ireland's preparation this week has focused on neutralising the threat of Pocock at the breakdown and the scrum-half Will Genia running off the base of rucks, so with the openside out of the picture it will change the complexion of the contest. ❋ Unknown (2011)

Up to 20% of sera from human adults also revealed neutralising antibodies to this virus. ❋ Unknown (2009)

In Villejuif, France, Ion Gresser had prepared a potent antiserum neutralising any molecule of alpha endogenous interferon produced by individual cells. ❋ Unknown (2009)

There are some good jokes, mostly based on the shock of taking stereotypes head-on, thus neutralising, complicating, and mocking them, but the film is in the end unconvincingly cuddly and quite sentimental, dodging the aspects of both religions that aren't easily subsumed into a liberal upper-middle-class, can't-everyone-just-get-along view of the world. ❋ Unknown (2010)

But Argentina's similar lethargy had a very different source, which was Germany's remarkable success, the result of magnificent teamwork, in neutralising the individual threats posed by Messi, Carlos Tevez, Angel Di María, Gonzalo Higuaín and, later, Javier Pastore and Sergio Agüero. ❋ Richard Williams In Cape Town (2010)

The queen of this species sneaks into the nest of another bee and, after killing or neutralising the host queen, lays eggs thatare then reared by the host workers. ❋ Unknown (2010)

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