Not helping or supporting either side in a conflict, disagreement, etc.; impartial
a neutral judge
(Of a plant) having a flowering period that is unaffected by day-length, and hence typically having a long flowering or fruiting season.
A dark green crystalline azine dye, C15H16N4·HCl, which forms a red solution in water or alcohol and is used as an acid-base indicator and as a biological stain (especially for granules and vacuoles in cells).
Not differentiated on the basis of sex; suitable for both males and females.
An international language based on Volapük, devised chiefly by W. Rosenberger, and first published in English in 1903.
A line or plane through a beam or plate connecting points at which no extension or compression occurs when the beam or plate is bent
A beam of particles having no electric charge.
A brown crystalline synthetic azine dye, C24H19N3·HCl, which dyes fabric a dull blue but has poor fastness.
= neutral temperature.
A salt resulting from the neutralization of an acid by a base and having no acidic or basic character, especially when dissolved in water.
A grey-coloured mixed pigment used by artists.
A central, usually unstressed, vowel sound produced with the tongue slack and the lips relaxed and having indefinite quality, especially schwa.
A wire connected to a neutral point of an electrical system (and usually also to earth).
The central area of a hockey rink, lying between the two blue lines
Indifferent to or balanced with respect to financial risk
Not presupposing the acceptance of any particular values
Making no net release of carbon dioxide to the atmosphere, especially through offsetting emissions by planting trees
Making no reference to colour; specifically taking no account of differences in skin colour.
Suitable for, applicable to, or common to both male and female genders
Either of the two corners of a boxing ring not used by the boxers and their handlers between rounds
The exchange of an uncharged subatomic particle in an interaction between particles; (frequently attributive) designating an interaction mediated by such an exchange, in which there is no transfer of charge between the interacting particles.
Designating a filter that absorbs light of all wavelengths to the same extent and so causes no change in its colour.
(Of a dye) able to be applied directly at approximately neutral pH.
The theory, first associated with Bertrand Russell and William James, that the world consists of one kind of primal entity or stuff which is fundamentally neither mental nor physical in character.
An adherent of neutral monism.
The peoples comprising the Neutral.
An orange-coloured mixed pigment used by artists.
Of a neutral tint; not brightly or clearly coloured.
A dark green crystalline azine dye, C22H24N6·HCl, which forms a violet solution in water or alcohol and is used as a biological stain and acid-base indicator.
A reformed version of Idiom-Neutral with an even stronger Romance element, first proposed in 1907 and published in 1912 by W. K. Rosenberger and E. J. de Wahl.
(Of a change in taxation policy) that does not alter overall tax revenue, usually because it is offset by corresponding cuts or increases.
Not influenced by a particular theory or theories.
The property of being neutrally buoyant.
The temperature at which no current is produced by two metals arranged to exhibit thermoelectricity.
A photographic or optical filter that absorbs light of all wavelengths to the same extent, causing overall dimming but no change in color