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noughtnumber

uk   /nɔːt/  us   /nɑːt/

nought number (ZERO)

[C] mainly UK (US usually naught) the number 0 or zero: He said it was only worth £10, but really you could add a couple of noughts to that (= it is really worth £1,000).

nought number (NOTHING)

[U] →  naught
Translations of “nought”
in Arabic صِفر…
in Korean 0, 영…
in Malaysian kosong…
in French rien, zéro…
in Turkish sıfır, hiçbir şey, boş…
in Italian zero…
in Chinese (Traditional) 零, (數字)0…
in Russian ноль, ничего…
in Polish zero, nic…
in Vietnamese không có gì, số không…
in Spanish nada, cero…
in Portuguese zero…
in Thai การไม่มีอะไร, ศูนย์…
in German das Nichts, die Null…
in Catalan zero…
in Japanese ゼロ…
in Indonesian nol, angka 0…
in Chinese (Simplified) 零, (数字)0…
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