neutralised : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v get rid of (someone who may be a threat) by killing
- v make incapable of military action
- v make ineffective by counterbalancing the effect of
- v make chemically neutral
- s made neutral in some respect; deprived of distinctive characteristics
- GWB very helpfully neutralised those threats but now they have a couple of hundred thousand US troops on either side of them instead, which is not necessarily an improvement.
News & Articles
- Ruthless Djokovic and Williams march on
By Martyn Herman LONDON (Reuters) - Novak Djokovic continued to match title rival Andy Murray stride for stride with a nonchalant march into the last 16 as the leading seeds flourished in the Wimbledon sunshine on Saturday. The Serbian world number one neutralised Frenchman Jeremy Chardy with a 6-3 6-2 6-2 victory in 86 minutes and, like Murray, has now won all nine sets he has played. ...
June 30, 2013 - Reuters via Yahoo! News
- Sylvain Chavanel in BBC Sport
I didn't know what was going on behind me, although I did hear there'd been a crash. All I know is that I gave it everything I had,he said. "But whether the stage ended up being neutralised or not, it doesn't take anything away from my...
- Laisenia Qarase in guardian.co.uk
There is virtually a coup now taking place,Mr Qarase told New ZealandRadio. "They have strangled the police force, neutralised them; and now they are strangling the government machinery."
- Stefano in BBC News
The investigation has shown that...... there was a continued training for terrorist activity,anti-terrorism police head Carlo De Stefano said. "We have discovered and neutralised a real 'terror school,' which was part of a widespread...