neutralized (Amer.) 'nuːtrəlaɪz /'nju- adj. made neutral; counteracted; made ineffective (also neutralised) neutralize (Amer.) neu·tral·ize || 'nuːtrəlaɪz /'njuː- v. make neutral; counteract; take out of action; become neutral; (Physics) render without charge; (Chemistry) cause a solution to become neither acidic nor alkaline (also neutralise)

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