Definition of neutrality in English:


Line breaks: neu¦tral|ity
Pronunciation: /njuːˈtralɪti


[mass noun]
  • 2Absence of decided views, expression, or strong feeling: the clinical neutrality of the description
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    • For the museum, abandoning the neutrality of its public presentation may also mean a symbolic abandonment of objectivity.
    • The voice returns to bland neutrality.
    • Architectural projects of our day are often impudent and arrogant, and our age seems to have lost the virtue of architectural neutrality, restraint, and modesty.
  • 3The condition of being chemically or electrically neutral: the structure has overall electrical neutrality
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    • A sodium ion was introduced into the system to reach overall electrical neutrality.

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