Definition of neutralization in English:


(British neutralisation)


  • See neutralize

    • ‘According to France's Interior Ministry, the group had sent several letters demanding payment in exchange for the neutralization of several bombs.’
    • ‘One of the ironies of India's decision in 1998 to become an open nuclear weapon state was that it led to a neutralisation of the superiority India had in conventional arms over Pakistan.’
    • ‘The agreement shall fix the beginning and the duration of the neutralization of the zone.’
    • ‘With continuing neutralisation of society's entrenched gender imbalances, it would seem an inevitable step for women to continue to make inroads into the male bastion of professional football.’
    • ‘The neutralization of the United States and removal of the U.S. alliance system in Korea is essential from Pyongyang's perspective.’