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inert

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From French inerte, from Latin iners (inactive, inert).

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inert (comparative more inert, superlative most inert)

  1. Unable to move or act; inanimate.
  2. Sluggish or lethargic.
  3. In chemistry, not readily reacting with other elements or compounds.
  4. Having no therapeutic action.

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NounEdit

inert (plural inerts)

  1. (chemistry) A substance that does not react chemically.

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin iners.

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inert m (feminine inerta, masculine plural inerts, feminine plural inertes)

  1. inert

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AdjectiveEdit

inert (comparative inerter, superlative am inertesten)

  1. inert

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