[nee-oh-lib-er-uh-liz-uh m, -lib-ruh-] /ˌni oʊˈlɪb ər əˌlɪz əm, -ˈlɪb rə-/
an outgrowth of the U.S. movement, beginning in the late 1960s, that modified somewhat its traditional endorsement of all trade unions and opposition to big business and military buildup.
a modern politico-economic theory favouring free trade, privatization, minimal government intervention in business, reduced public expenditure on social services, etc
[nee-oh-ling-gwis-tiks] /ˌni oʊ lɪŋˈgwɪs tɪks/ noun, (used with a singular verb) 1. a school of linguistics centered in Italy emphasizing the importance of linguistic geography in diachronic studies.
[nee-uh-lith] /ˈni ə lɪθ/ noun 1. a Neolithic stone implement. /ˈniːəʊlɪθ/ noun 1. a Neolithic stone implement
[nee-uh-lith-ik] /ˌni əˈlɪθ ɪk/ adjective 1. (sometimes lowercase) Anthropology. of, relating to, or characteristic of the last phase of the Stone Age, marked by the domestication of animals, the development of agriculture, and the manufacture of pottery and textiles: commonly thought to have begun c9000–8000 b.c. in the Middle East. Compare , . 2. (usually […]
[nee-oh-loh-kuh l] /ˌni oʊˈloʊ kəl/ adjective, Anthropology. 1. living or located away from both the husband’s and the wife’s relatives: a neolocal family. adj. 1949, from neo- + local (adj.).