Definitions for "neutral"
Said of a technological change or technological difference if it is not biased in favor of using more or less of one factor than another. This can be defined in several different ways that are not normally equivalent: Hicks-neutral, Harrod-neutral, and Solow-neutral. Said of economic growth if it expands actual or potential output of all goods at the same rate, not being biased in favor of one over another. In the Heckscher-Ohlin Model neutral growth will occur all factor endowments grow at the same rate or if there is Hicks Neutral technological progress at the same rate in all industries. Said of a trade regime if the structure of protection favors neither exportables nor importables. See bias.
A person who acts in an ADR case, like a mediator, arbitrator, special master, referee, or neutral evaluator.
Independent third party who acts as mediator, conciliator or chairman in various ADR procedures."
Keywords:  wye, conductor, unbalanced, phase, volt
The common, current carrying conductor in an electrical distribution system, often grounded. Examples: (a) in a single phase, 3 wire system (i.e. 240/120 volts), it is the center conductor common to both hot wires; (b) in a wye connection, it is the common point in the wye; (c) in a grounded delta connection, it is the grounded point, either one corner of the delta or a center tap in one phase.
one of the conductors of a three-phase wire system. Sometimes called the return conductor, it carries the entire current of a single-phase circuit and the resultant current in a three-phase system that is unbalanced.
The low potential, current return path for AC power currents.
Having neither acid nor basic properties; unable to turn red litmus blue or blue litmus red; -- said of certain salts or other compounds. Contrasted with acid, and alkaline.
The pH reading at which the substance being measured is neither acidic nor alkaline. Neutral pH is 7.0.
Neither acid nor alkaline; pH 6.5-7.5.
Keywords:  hue, achromatic, gray, tan, black
A color without hue (e.g., black or white or shades of gray).
Free from coloration.
Accurate tonal reproduction. No obvious colorations. No serious peaks or dips in the frequency response.
Not engaged on either side; not taking part with or assisting either of two or more contending parties; neuter; indifferent.
Neuter. See Neuter, a., 3.
having only a limited ability to react chemically; not active; "inert matter"; "an indifferent chemical in a reaction"
Keywords:  tight, loose, car, tires, pushing
A term drivers use when referring to how their car is handling. When a car is neither loose nor pushing (tight).
Term used to describe the handling of the car when it is neither loose nor pushing (tight).
When a car is neither pushing nor loose the car’s handling is driving neutral.
Neither bullish nor bearish.
Describing an opinion that is neither bearish or bullish. Neutral option strategies are generally designed to perform best if there is little or no net change in the price of the underlying stock.
A person or a nation that takes no part in a contest between others; one who is neutral.
not taking sides; taking part in or belonging to neither/none of the extremes of kind, type
Not alligned with or supporting any side or position in a contraversy.
of no distinctive quality or characteristics or type
lacking distinguishing quality or characteristics; "a neutral personality that made no impression whatever"
A flavor characteristic that is desirable in good blenders. Used to denote a lack of any strong flavors.
(1) In a normal condition, hence neither positive nor negative. A neutral object has a normal number of electrons (the same number as protons). (2) The teletypewriter operation where current flow represents a mark and no flow represents a space.
Having no electric charge.
A terminal, point or object with balanced charges. Neither positive or negative.
1. The position of an automatic transmission when the engine is disengaged from the drive train. 2. A condition of a planetary gear set when all members, gears, and planet carriers, are free to rotate.
The neutral position of a transmission is the gear position where the engine is unable to drive the wheels. It is usually placed between reverse and one of the forward gears in automatic transmissions; and is located centrally in manual transmissions.
State of a transmission when no driving gear has been selected.
Neither good nor bad; of medium quality; middling; not decided or pronounced.
wine without personality or special character
Generally used to describe a wine without any outstanding characteristics, but with no particular bad ones, either.
Keywords:  immoral, evil, moral, wrong, good
neither moral nor immoral; neither good nor evil, right nor wrong
Keywords:  nino, see
(see El Nino)
Keywords:  dispelled, magic, never, cast, alters
A magic that alters the nature of that on which it is cast. Neutrals can never be dispelled, and a person may have more than one of these operating at the same time.
Keywords:  relaxed, width, hip, resting, phase
feet parallel, hip width, hands relaxed in front
The resting phase in movement, in which you gain power from relaxation. Also known as "coming back to neutral."
A general term used to describe any individual or expert who works in a neutral or unbiased capacity in an effort to help the parties resolve issues.
Stock price is expected to remain trendless
Keywords:  zero, rig, hook, household, wiring
position of the rig's weight indicator where hook load is zero.
having zero net charge. The wires in a circuit remain neutral even though charged electrons move inside them. (2) A different meaning occurs with the neutral wire or terminal in a household wiring; in that case neutral means having near-zero potential - see under active terminal.
having no personal preference; "impersonal criticism"; "a neutral observer"
a solution whose pH is equal to 7.
gene hypothesis The hypothesis that most genetic variation in natural populations is not maintained by selection because most alleles have equal fitness.
Keywords:  cdr, individual, process, provides
an individual who provides a CDR process
Keywords:  adjective, belief, decline, rise, stock
An adjective describing the belief that a stock or the market in general will neither rise nor decline significantly.
Keywords:  sideways, feel, stock, you
You feel the stock will go sideways
A market expectation that does not anticipate either a rise or fall in price. The term can apply to strategies which are designed to perform best if there is little or no change in price of the underlying security.
Keywords:  nitrogen, node, fixing
Nitrogen-fixing Node
A style of speaking or writing that is neither formal nor informal, but in-between. It is appropriate for most situations.
A substance with a pH of 7.0. Substances with a pH rating close to neutral include meats and milk products (pH 6.4).
Keywords:  constant, curve, pressure, time
Pressure curve which is nearly constant with time.
Keywords:  reading
A pH reading of 7.0
Having a pH of 7.