Neutral

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Neutral and neutrality may mean the following, as the root is from the Latin neuter, translating to "neither one, nor the other".

Politics and social science[edit]

  • Neutral country, a polity such as a state that favors or supports none of the parties involved in a disagreement, conflict, or war
  • Neutral territory, territory belonging to no particular sovereign state
  • Neutrality of money, the notion that a change in the supply of money in an economy has no tangible effects
  • Neuter gender, a form of noun classification in linguistics
  • Neutrality (philosophy), the absence of declared or intentional bias
  • Neutral level, the physical or material traces of esthesic and poietic processes identified in semiotics

Mathematics and natural science[edit]

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