What does the word 'neutral' mean?
indecisive, or in the middle. If you are neutral for the president election, then you are not picking either side.
In the middle, not causing change. Central position, without hue, not taking side.
'Neutral' means being in the middle or taking a central position, particularly in a situation that involves decision making. An example of its use in a sentence would be, "Sweden is one of the countries that took a neutral position during WWII".
It means you're not taking sides and therefore are probably okay with whatever outcomes there are.
in terms of science, niether proton nor electron. in terms or everyday, on niether side of an opinion or arguement