Last modified on 11 December 2008, at 05:45

Talk:neutral

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Is it possible for something to be truly neutral? I made the trip from the encyclopedia to see what his word meant. It seems as though the term which is addressed in #6 below ends up being part of an Oximoron. Is not a point of view a perspective from which a person observes something? How can a person understand something without processing it?

Adjective 1. Not taking sides (in a war or political race) 2. Unbiased, unaligned 3. Neither beneficial nor harmful. 4. Neither positive nor negative, possessing no charge. Having equivalent positive and negative charge such that there is no imbalance of charge. 5. Having a pH of 7, neither acid nor alkaline 6. Favouring neither the supporting viewpoint nor the opposing viewpoint of a topic of debate. 7. Family feuds. Belonging to neither of the two feuding families. Retrieved from "http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/neutral"

68.72.11.185 09:47, 28 January 2006 (UTC)

Look at the new definition I added. This one is from a different point of view. CORNELIUSSEON 19:10, 15 June 2006 (UTC)

As a nounEdit

I suck at wiktionary so I won't add it, but it can also be used as a noun to mean someone who is neutral. I've only heard this used to describe footballsoccer fans who don't particularly have a favorite team but instead watch for the quality of the game. Recury 20:56, 11 December 2006 (UTC)

Neutralis?Edit

I was always taught that neutral is based on the Latin `ne uter' (none of both). Is neutralis really a Latin word? --83.180.9.80 05:45, 11 December 2008 (UTC)