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Spanish translation of “neutral”

neutral

adjective /ˈnjuːtrəl/
not taking sides in a quarrel or war
neutral
A neutral country was asked to help settle the dispute.
(of colour/color) not strong or definite
neutro
Grey is a neutral colour.
(in electricity) neither positively nor negatively charged
neutro
the neutral wire in a plug.
neutrality /-ˈtrӕ-/ noun the state of being neutral
neutralidad
political neutrality.
neutralize verb ( (also neutraliseBritish)) to make useless or harmless usually by causing an opposite effect.
neutralizar
(Definition of neutral from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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