English Word of the Dayneutralise
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|1. v. To make inactive or ineffective.|
|The antidote neutralised the toxin.|
|2. v. To make (a territory, etc.) politically neutral.|
|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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