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neutralneutral2 noun πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 [uncountable]TTCTEM the position of the gears of a car or machine when no power is being sent from the engine to the wheels or other moving partsin/into neutral πŸ”Š When you start the engine, make sure the car’s in neutral. πŸ”Š Put the car into neutral.2 [countable]PGPGC a country, person, or group that is not involved in an argument or disagreement3 [countable usually plural] a neutral colour
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neutralβ€’ In 1917, U.S. neutrality ended when two of their ships were torpedoed.β€’ These reds function as a neutral, and manufacturers paired them with just about everything.β€’ Bamboo pieces also suit rooms painted white and in shades of green, browns and neutrals.β€’ Vera dresses mostly in neutrals.β€’ However, the U-pattern shift without clearly marked neutrals does make the work easier.β€’ The neutrals were delighted with the result in Paris: Balestre 29 votes, Mosley 43.in/into neutralβ€’ Bogart and Bergman had loved one another years before, and in neutral Casablanca discover that their passion is unabated.β€’ From the freedom of play it seems to have in relation to my belly it must be in neutral.β€’ But the bad news is the engine will not start or run when it's down, even in neutral.β€’ This group were aware of the injury and described it in neutral terms of sensation.β€’ That camp still advocated casting to hold joints in neutral positions.β€’ He watches her as she shifts into neutral, pulls on the emergency brake.β€’ You can stay a long time in neutral, ticking over - provided nothing happens.