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See definition of neutralizer on Dictionary.com
  • as inantidote
  • as inantitoxin

synonyms for neutralizer

  • corrective
  • countermeasure
  • cure
  • remedy
  • antitoxin
  • antivenin
  • medicine
  • nullifier
  • preventive
  • counteractant
  • counteragent
  • counterstep
  • negator
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    How to use neutralizer in a sentence

    The Rams, however, have been good at neutralizing the top receivers of their opponents this season, and other pass-catchers, for that matter.
    BEST BETS FOR WEEK 10 INCLUDE BETTING AGAINST THE SEAHAWKS DEFENSENEIL GREENBERGNOVEMBER 11, 2020WASHINGTON POST
    The suspended nanoparticles were able to penetrate the wood, neutralizing any acid already found inside, and creating a bit of reserve in the event acidification were to ever start up again.
    HOW SCIENTISTS KEEP ANCIENT SHIPWRECKS FROM CRUMBLING INTO DUSTSARA KILEY WATSONNOVEMBER 3, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
    Google has marginalized or neutralized it, claims the DOJ, citing Google’s search market share.
    DOJ ANTITRUST SUIT: GOOGLE USES CONTRACTS, MARKET POWER TO NEUTRALIZE RIVALSGREG STERLINGOCTOBER 21, 2020SEARCH ENGINE LAND
    When all the ions of one type are all used up, the reaction is neutralized.
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    Miami’s ability to switch the LeBron-Davis pick-and-roll has all but neutralized its threat — which is partially why Iguodala, Crowder and Solomon Hill have spent time on Davis so far.
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    The goal of the antibody treatment is to try to boost one’s own immune response by giving an individual an extra dose of fighting antibodies to neutralize the virus and hopefully stop the infection dead in its tracks.
    WHY WAS THE LEADER OF THE FREE WORLD GIVEN AN EXPERIMENTAL THERAPY?JAKEMETHOCTOBER 5, 2020FORTUNE
    Miami drastically reduced how often it went zone on D, an alignment the Lakers neutralized in Game 2 with nifty high-low passing between James and Davis.
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    People older than 24 also made more antibodies that prevent the virus from infecting new cells, called neutralizing antibodies.
    EARLY IMMUNE RESPONSES MAY BE WHY YOUNGER PEOPLE GET LESS SICK FROM COVID-19ERIN GARCIA DE JESUSSEPTEMBER 23, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
    In animal tests, the combination neutralized the venoms of a more diverse collection of five snake species from all over the world.
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    With your focus on specific local SEO to-dos, you can neutralize the benefits of bigger firms that routinely optimize for broader keywords and rely on brand recognition to bring traffic rather than value proposals.
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    WORDS RELATED TO NEUTRALIZER

    • antitoxin
    • antivenin
    • corrective
    • counteractant
    • counteragent
    • countermeasure
    • counterstep
    • cure
    • medicine
    • negator
    • neutralizer
    • nullifier
    • preventive
    • remedy
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