neutraal

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EtymologyEdit

From Middle Dutch neutrael, from Old French neutral, from Latin neutralis, itself from neuter (literally "neither one nor the other," from ne- "not, no" + uter "either (of two)"; probably a loan-translation of Greek (oudeteros) "neither, neuter" ) + -alis '-al'

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neutraal (comparative neutraler, superlative neutraalst)

  1. neutral, not taking sides in a conflict between opposite parties
  2. (physics) having neither of two opposite qualities
  3. (obsolete, grammar) neuter, neither masculin nor feminine

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Last modified on 29 March 2014, at 03:26