the policy or advocacy of maintaining strict in foreign affairs.
Biology. the theory that some changes in evolution are governed by random mutations that become fixed in populations by chance rather than by natural selection.
(in international affairs) the policy, practice, or attitude of neutrality, noninvolvement, or nonalignment with power blocs
the state of being . the policy or status of a nation that does not participate in a war between other nations: the continuous neutrality of Switzerland. status, as of a seaport during a war. Contemporary Examples My post as interim director of WindMade is primarily [due to] the ‘neutrality’ of GWEC within the industry. […]
the antiparticle of a , distinguished from the by having clockwise rather than counterclockwise spin when observing in the direction of motion. noun (pl) -nos the antiparticle of a neutrino; a particle having oppositely directed spin to a neutrino, that is, spin in the direction of its momentum antineutrino (ān’tē-n-trē’nō, ān’tī-) The antiparticle that corresponds […]
an elementary particle having no charge and having a mass and spin equal to that of the but with magnetic moment opposite to that of the ; the antiparticle of the . Also, anti-neutron. opposing the building, stockpiling, or use of bombs: The antineutron lobby was outnumbered. noun the antiparticle of a neutron; a particle […]
- Anti nihilist
total rejection of established laws and institutions. anarchy, terrorism, or other revolutionary activity. total and absolute destructiveness, especially toward the world at large and including oneself: the power-mad nihilism that marked Hitler’s last years. Philosophy. an extreme form of skepticism: the denial of all real existence or the possibility of an objective basis for truth. […]