What does neutralising mean?

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  1. present participle of neutralise
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By neutralising concentrated acetic acid with manganous carbonate, and evaporating the solution so that crystals may form.
Wendy Martin has Total Allergy Syndrome and has to inject herself with neutralising vaccines just to eat and leave the house.
From the 11th century onward, the Angevins had autonomy within their French domains, effectively neutralising the issue.
Agricultural lime, powdered chalk or limestone, is used as a cheap method for neutralising acidic soil, making it suitable for planting.
Heavy Batteries were most often employed in destroying or neutralising enemy artillery, as well as putting fire down on strongpoints, roads and railways behind enemy lines.
The benzoates may, in general, be easily prepared by either neutralising the acid with the base, or by double decomposition.

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