[ noo-truh-lahyz ]
Part of SpeechverbOrigin + Etymology
Mid-17th century; from the French neutralizer, from the medieval Latin neutralizare, from Latin neutralis
verbto make (something) ineffective; counteract; nullify
verbA) Any error at this critical point would neutralize the hard work she had already done. B) The troops attempted to neutralize the attack, but they failed miserably.