# zero meaning

EN[ˈzɪə.ɹəʊ] [ˈziɹ.oʊ] [-ɪəɹəʊ]US

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FR zéro

- NounPLzeroesPLzerosSUF-ero
- The numeric symbol that represents the cardinal number zero.
- In unary and k-adic notation in general,
**zero**is the empty string. - Write 0.0 to indicate a floating point number rather than the integer
**zero**. - The
**zero**sign in American Sign Language is considered rude in some cultures.

- In unary and k-adic notation in general,
- The digit 0 in the decimal, binary, and all other base numbering systems.
- One million has six
**zeroes**.

- One million has six
- INF NU Nothing, or none.
- The shipment was lost, so they had
**zero**in stock. - He knows
**zero**about humour. - In the end, all of our hard work amounted to
**zero**.

- The shipment was lost, so they had
- The value of a magnitude corresponding to the cardinal number zero.
- Investors face a quandary. Cash offers a return of virtually
**zero**in many developed countries; government-bond yields may have risen in recent weeks but they are still unattractive. Equities have suffered two big bear markets since 2000 and are wobbling again. It is hardly surprising that pension funds, insurers and endowments are searching for new sources of return.

- Investors face a quandary. Cash offers a return of virtually
- The point on a scale at which numbering or measurement originates.
- The temperature outside is ten degrees below
**zero**.

- The temperature outside is ten degrees below
- (mathematics) A value of the independent variables of a function, for which the function is equal to zero.
- The
**zeroes**of a polynomial are its roots by the fundamental theorem of algebra. - The derivative of a continuous, differentiable function that twice crosses the axis must have a
**zero**. - The nontrivial
**zeros**of the Riemann zeta function may all lie on the critical line.

- The
- (mathematics, algebra) The additive identity element of a monoid or greater algebraic structure, particularly a group or ring.
- Since a commutative
**zero**is the inverse of any additive identity, it must be unique when it exists. - The
**zero**(of a ring or field) has the property that the product of the**zero**with any element yields the**zero**. - The quotient ring over a maximal ideal is a field with a single
**zero**element.

- Since a commutative
- SLA A person of little or no importance.
- They rudely treated him like a
**zero**.

- They rudely treated him like a
- (military) A Mitsubishi A6M Zero, a long range fighter aircraft operated by the Japanese Navy Air Service from 1940 to 1945.
- A setting of calibrated instruments such as a firearm.
- (finance) A security which has a zero coupon (paying no periodic interest).
- The takeovers were financed by issuing
**zeroes**.

- The takeovers were financed by issuing

- The numeric symbol that represents the cardinal number zero.
- VerbSGzeroesPRzeroingPT, PPzeroed
- VT To set a measuring instrument to zero; to calibrate instrument scale to valid zero.
**Zero**the fluorometer with the same solvent used in extraction.

- VT (computing) To change a memory location or range to values of zero; to set a variable in a computer program to zero.
- Results were inconsistent because an array wasn’t
**zeroed**during initialization.

- Results were inconsistent because an array wasn’t
- VT To cause or set some value or amount to be zero.
- They tried to
**zero**the budget by the end of the quarter.

- They tried to
- VT To eliminate; to delete; to overwrite with zeros.
- VI To disappear.

- VT To set a measuring instrument to zero; to calibrate instrument scale to valid zero.
- Adjective
- INF (used with noun) none.
- She showed
**zero**respect.

- She showed
- (meteorology) Of a cloud ceiling, limiting vision to 50 feet (15 meters) or less.
- (meteorology) Of horizontal visibility, limited to 165 feet (50.3 meters) or less.
- (linguistics) Present at an abstract level, but not realized in the data.
- The stem of "kobieta" with the
**zero**ending is "kobiet".

- The stem of "kobieta" with the

- INF (used with noun) none.
- More Examples
- Used in the Middle of Sentence
- "If it rains, the ground gets wet." is an example of a
**zero**conditional sentence. - At the spring sale, everyone
**zeroed**in on the bargain clothes. - And then there's the jack-off fuckboy self-destruction derby theory that with somebody like Darby it was just a matter of time until the
**zero**hour.

- "If it rains, the ground gets wet." is an example of a
- Used in the Ending of Sentence
- A large thermos-like container called a dewar contained 645 gallons of liquid helium to be cooled to within two degrees of absolute
**zero**. - For some quark, perhaps, the measure of its funicity is
**zero**.

- A large thermos-like container called a dewar contained 645 gallons of liquid helium to be cooled to within two degrees of absolute

- Used in the Middle of Sentence

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