inert definition

  • adjective:
    • Unable to go or act.
    • Sluggish for action or motion; lethargic. See Synonyms at inactive.
    • biochemistry perhaps not easily reactive along with other elements; developing couple of or no chemical substances.
    • Having no pharmacologic or therapeutic action.
    • Unable to go or act; inanimate.
    • Sluggish or lethargic.
    • In biochemistry, perhaps not readily reacting along with other elements or compounds.
    • Having no healing activity.
    • Destitute of this energy of going it self, or of energetic opposition to motion.
    • Indisposed to move or act; extremely slow to behave; sluggish; lifeless; sedentary; indolent; lifeless.
    • lacking or manifesting energetic properties; perhaps not influencing various other substances whenever brought in connection with all of them; powerless for an expected or desired impact.
    • sluggish and apathetic
    • struggling to move or withstand motion
    • having only a finite capability to respond chemically; chemically inactive
  • noun:
    • A substance that will not respond chemically.
  • others:
    • Having no built-in power of action, motion, or resistance; without inherent power; inanimate; lifeless: put on matter in its intrinsic personality: because, an inert mass of clay; an inert corpse.
    • Indisposed or struggling to go or work; sedentary; sluggish: as, an inert drug.

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