Definition of inertness in English:



See inert

‘Titanium has become the material of choice for implantable devices because of its strength, weight, and inertness to body fluids.’
  • ‘I shook off my inertness and reached out to touch her arm.’
  • ‘It is insoluble in water and it has a relative chemical inertness.’
  • ‘Once again, gold performs this duty well because of its extreme inertness: the glitter and purity of a gold coin do not diminish over time.’
  • ‘And on a larger scale, the entire universe in sixty million years can expect only a winding down into inertness due to the law of entropy.’



/iˈnərtnəs/ /ɪˈnərtnəs/