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Conflict ContextPlay
Use 'neutrality' when referring to a stance of not taking sides in disputes or wars. SlideThe organization is praised for its neutrality during political conflicts.
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Positive ImplicationPlay
'Neutrality' often implies a positive ethical stance, like fairness and justice. SlideThe judge’s neutrality is essential for a fair trial.
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Cultural SensitivityPlay
In some cultures, 'neutrality' may be seen as indecision or a lack of conviction. SlideHis neutrality on the issue made him appear indecisive to his colleagues.