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neutralise




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neutralise
     1. v. To make inactive or ineffective.
           The antidote neutralised the toxin.
     2. v. To make (a territory, etc.) politically neutral.

Example Sentences

We had an enemy that was barricaded and we had to take measures to neutralise the target. 
To neutralise it, the body starts excreting calcium, which would otherwise go into making bones. 

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