What Does Neutral Mean?

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Neutral means not invested in the success or failure of a particular national/political agenda, party or interest. A nation or an individual can also be known as being neutral in a more global sense, regardless of the interest at hand. It simply means being neither positive nor negative; not going forward or backwards; not taking sides.
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neu·tral
[noo-truhl, nyoo-]
ADJECTIVE
1.
not taking part or giving assistance in a dispute or war between others: a neutral nation during World War II.
2.
not aligned with or supporting any side or position in a controversy: The arbitrator was absolutely neutral.
3.
of or belonging to a neutral state or party: neutral territory.
4.
of no particular kind, characteristics, etc.; indefinite: a neutral personality that made no impression whatever; a sex-neutral job title.
5.
Botany, Zoology neuter
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That depends on how the word is used! If you are neutral, it means that you have no particular feelings or preferences about something. In chemistry, it means that something has no ability to react with another substance or thing. In color, it means having no color. In electricity, it means that something has no electric charge.
Neutral means not having any feelings one way or another. Such as if I put a rock and a banana on my bed, and walk away, I can take comfort in the fact that the rock and the banana are neutral to one another. But if I place a cat and a dog on my bed and walk away, I can look forward to coming back to a real mess, because a cat and a dog are not neutral, they have strong feelings towards one another.
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