neutralize

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İngilizce - Türkçe
{f} etkisiz duruma getirmek
{f} nötr hale getirmek
nötrleştirmek
{f} etkisizleştirmek
etkisini yok etmek
(Tıp) nötralize etmek
nötr hale getirme
tarafsız kılmak (hukuk)
yansızlaştırmak
tesirsiz bırakmak
nötrlemek
tesirini yok etmek
etkisini yok et
etkisiz hale getirmek
(Tıp) Herhangi bir şeyi tesirsiz hale getirmek
{f} tarafsız kılmak
{f} kim. nötrleştirmek, nötralize etmek
(Askeri) ZARARSIZ HALE GETİRMEK, TESİRSİZ HALE GETİRMEK: Askeri harekatları ve faaliyetleri tesirsiz, lüzumsuz hale getirmek
(Tıp) Eriyiğin asit veya alkali (kalevi) etkisini ortadan kaldırmak, nötralize etmek
etkisiz kılmak
neutralize track
(Askeri) İZLENEN UNSURUN ZARARSIZ HALE GETİRİLMESİ: Hava önlemede kullanıldığı şekilde, izlenen hedefi tesirsiz veya kullanılmaz hale getirmek
neutralise
etkisiz kılmak
neutralization
yansızlaşma
neutralization
nötralizasyon
neutralizing
nötrleştirici
to neutralize
etkisiz kılmak
neutralise
f., İng., bak. neutralize
neutralization
yansızlaştırma
neutralization
{i} nötrleştirme
neutralization
(Askeri) MIKNATİSİYETTEN TECRİT: Gemilerin, mıknatıslı mayınlara karşı mıknatıstan tecridi
neutralization
etkisiz duruma getirme
neutralization
(Askeri) Bertaraf etmek
neutralization
(Tıp) Bir eriyiğin asit veya alkali (kalevi) niteliğini ortadan kaldırma, nötür yapma, nötralizasyon
neutralization
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) tarafsızlaştırma
neutralization
(isim) nötrleştirme
neutralization
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) nötrleşme
neutralization
(Tıp) Herhangi bir şeyin tesirini ortadan kaldırma, tesirsiz hale getirme
neutralization
asit niteliğini yok etme,nötralizasyon
neutralizer
nötralizer
neutralizing
nötrleme
to neutralize
yansızlaştırmak
to neutralize
etkisiz hale getirmek
to neutralize
nötralize etmek
İngilizce - İngilizce
To make inactive or ineffective

The antidote neutralized the toxin.

{v} to render neuter, to destroy the properties of a body or bodies by mixture
To destroy the peculiar properties or opposite dispositions of; to reduce to a state of indifference or inefficiency; to counteract; as, to neutralize parties in government; to neutralize efforts, opposition, etc
make ineffective by counterbalancing the effect of; "Her optimism neutralizes his gloom"; "This action will negate the effect of my efforts"
To eliminate potential hazards by inactivating strong acids, caustics and oxidizers For example, acids can be neutralized by adding an appropriate amount of caustic substance to the spill
To eliminate potential hazards by inactivating strong acids, caustics, and oxidizers For example, acids can be neutralized by adding an appropriate amount of caustic substance to the spill
To render neutral; to reduce to a state of neutrality
get rid of (someone who may be a threat) by killing; "The mafia liquidated the informer"; "the double agent was neutralized"
To adjust the pH of a solution to 7 0 (neutral) by the addition of an acid or a base
(Army) FM 1-02
To render inert or imperceptible the peculiar affinities of, as a chemical substance; to destroy the effect of; as, to neutralize an acid with a base
make politically neutral and thus inoffensive; "The treaty neutralized the small republic
To eliminate an electrostatic field by recombining positive and negativity charges
To render chemically harmless; to return the ph to the neutral level of 7
{f} make neutral; counteract; take out of action; become neutral; (Physics) render without charge; (Chemistry) cause a solution to become neither acidic nor alkaline (also neutralise)
make chemically neutral; "She neutralized the solution"
make chemically neutral; "She neutralized the solution" make ineffective by counterbalancing the effect of; "Her optimism neutralizes his gloom"; "This action will negate the effect of my efforts" make incapable of military action get rid of (someone who may be a threat) by killing; "The mafia liquidated the informer"; "the double agent was neutralized" make politically neutral and thus inoffensive; "The treaty neutralized the small republic
A guard or threat can be neutralized by one of three direct methods: (i) capture the offending enemy piece; (ii) interpose another piece; or (iii) move the piece away to a safe location An indirect method is to create a greater threat for the opponent
make incapable of military action
When a chemical substance neutralizes an acid, it makes it less acid. Antacids are alkaline and they relieve pain by neutralizing acid in the contents of the stomach
to alter an acidic or basic compound to a pH of 7, thereby making it chemically neutral
make incapable of military action get rid of (someone who may be a threat) by killing; "The mafia liquidated the informer"; "the double agent was neutralized"
neu·tral·ize neutralizes neutralizing neutralized in BRIT, also use neutralise1. To neutralize something means to prevent it from having any effect or from working properly. The US is trying to neutralize the resolution in the UN Security Council The intruder smashed a window to get in and then neutralized the alarm system. + neutralization neu·trali·za·tion the sale or neutralization of the suspected nuclear site
make politically neutral and thus inoffensive; "The treaty neutralized the small republic"
oppose and mitigate the effects of by contrary actions; "This will counteract the foolish actions of my colleagues"
neutralise
Alternative spelling of neutralize
neutralization
{n} the destroying of qualities of bodies by combination
neutralise
make chemically neutral; "She neutralized the solution"
neutralise
make incapable of military action
neutralise
{f} make neutral; counteract; take out of action; become neutral; (Physics) render without charge; (Chemistry) cause a solution to become neither acidic nor alkaline (also neutralize)
neutralise
To make inactive or ineffective
neutralise
get rid of (someone who may be a threat) by killing; "The mafia liquidated the informer"; "the double agent was neutralized"
neutralise
make ineffective by counterbalancing the effect of; "Her optimism neutralizes his gloom"; "This action will negate the effect of my efforts"
neutralised
{s} made neutral; counteracted; made ineffective (also neutralized)
neutralised
past of neutralise
neutralises
third-person singular of neutralise
neutralising
present participle of neutralise
neutralization
The act of neutralizing
neutralization
The reaction of an acid and a base to produce a salt and water Mineral acids which have been neutralized prior to release or transfer are to be reported to TRI as zero release or transfer
neutralization
1) Decreasing the acidity or alkalinity of a substance by adding alkaline or acidic materials, respectively 2) The process of neutralizing a hazardous material spill by applying another material to the spill which will react chemically with it to form a less harmful substance 3) Treatment of corrosive hazardous wastes to yield a pH near 7
neutralization
The conversion of acid or alkaline substances to a state that is no longer highly corrosive
neutralization
The act or process of neutralizing, or the state of being neutralized
neutralization
a reaction that occurs when stoichiometrically equivalent quantities of an acid and a base are mixed
neutralization
See Neutral, a
neutralization
The reaction of an acid with a base to form a salt and water Usually, the reaction of hydrogen ions with hydrogen ions to form water molecules
neutralization
a process whereby antibodies bind to an antigen (e g , HIV) to prevent infectious or toxic processes
neutralization
action intended to keep a country politically neutral or exclude it from a possible war; "the neutralization of Belgium"
neutralization
a chemical reaction in which an acid and a base interact with the formation of a salt; with strong acids and bases the essential reaction is the combination of hydrogen ions with hydroxyl ions to form water
neutralization
The chemical process that produces a solution that is neither acidic nor alkaline Usually with a pH between 6 and 8
neutralization
In general, the addition of either an acid or a base to a solution as required to produce a neutral solution The use of alkaline or basic materials to neutralize the acidity of some waters is a common practice in water conditioning
neutralization
(NT), is similar to complement fixation but is applicable only in certain pathogenic situations where the antibody being measured is directed against a hemolysin (a bacterial toxin capable of directly lysing erythrocytes) In these situations, the hemosylin and reagent erythrocytes are added, and if the antibody to the hemosylin is present, the lysis of RBC's will not occur As in Complement Fixation (CF), crude quantitation is afforded by serial dilution which may be quantitatively compared to established standard material dilutions
neutralization
action intended to nullify the effects of some previous action
neutralization
The process by which an antibody binds to specific antigens, thereby "neutralizing" the microorganism See also Antibodies; Antigen
neutralization
action intended to nullify the effects of some previous action action intended to keep a country politically neutral or exclude it from a possible war; "the neutralization of Belgium"
neutralization
A chemical reaction in which an acid and a base combine to produce a salt and water acid + base = water + salt
neutralization
chemical addition of either acid or base to a solution such that the pH is adjusted to 7
neutralization
(euphemism) the removal of a threat by killing or destroying it (especially in a covert operation or military operation) a chemical reaction in which an acid and a base interact with the formation of a salt; with strong acids and bases the essential reaction is the combination of hydrogen ions with hydroxyl ions to form water
neutralization
The addition of either an acid or a base to a solution as required to produce a neutral solution The use of alkaline or basic materials to neutralize the acidity of some waters is a common practice in water conditioning
neutralization
(euphemism) the removal of a threat by killing or destroying it (especially in a covert operation or military operation)
neutralization
The act or process by which an acid and a base are combined in such proportions that the resulting compound is neutral
neutralization
Altering the chemical, physical, and toxicological properties to render the chemical agent ineffective for use as intended
neutralization
In general, the addition of either and acid or a base to a solution as required to produce a neutral solution The use of alkaline or basic materials to neutralize the acidity of some waters is a common proactive in water conditioning
neutralization
Decreasing the acidity or alkalinity of a substance by adding alkaline or acidic materials, respectively
neutralization
{i} act of making neutral; process of neutralizing; making ineffective (also neutralisation)
neutralization
a chemical reaction used to remove H+ ions from acidic solutions and of ions from basic solutions   The reaction can be violent and usually produces water, a salt, heat, and many times a gas
neutralization
The process of eliminating potentially harmful static charges by exposing the charged object to ionized air The static charges on the surface attract opposite charged ions from the air so that the ions recombine to reform neutral molecules Back To Top
neutralization
(1) (Chemistry) A reaction between an acid and a base that yields a salt and water (2) The equalization of hydrogen and hydroxyl ion concentrations such that the resulting solution is neither acidic nor basic; also, decreasing the acidity or alkalinity of a substance by adding alkaline or acidic materials, respectively ADVANCE \x 540
neutralized
past of neutralize
neutralized
{s} made neutral; counteracted; made ineffective (also neutralised)
neutralized
made neutral in some respect; deprived of distinctive characteristics
neutralizer
One who, or that which, neutralizes; that which destroys, disguises, or renders inert the peculiar properties of a body
neutralizer
{i} someone who or something which neutralizes (also neutraliser)
neutralizer
muscle that acts to prevent an undesired action of one of the movers
neutralizer
That which neutralizes
neutralizer
Chemical used to reduce high levels of chlorine or bromine
neutralizer
A chemical used to make chlorine or bromine harmless Used in test kits to counteract the bleaching effect of the chlorine or bromine in order to increase the accuracy of pool water tests Sold as chlorine and bromine neutralizer, it is used to destroy excessive amounts of chlorine or bromine, so the high levels will not affect swimmers
neutralizer
A common designation for alkaline materials such as calcite (calcium carbonate) or magnesia (magnesium oxide) used in the neutralization of acid waters
neutralizes
third-person singular of neutralize
neutralizing
present participle of neutralize
neutralize