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Spanish translation of “nothing”

nothing

pronoun /ˈnaθiŋ/
no thing; not anything
nada
There was nothing in the cupboard I have nothing new to say.
nothingness noun the state of being nothing or of not existing; emptiness
nada, vacío
The cloud of smoke slowly disappeared into nothingness.
come to nothing to fail
fracasar, venirse abajo
His plans came to nothing.
for nothing free; without payment
gratis
I’ll do that job for you for nothing.
without result; in vain
en vano, en balde
I’ve been working on this book for six years, and all for nothing!
have nothing to do with to avoid completely
ignorar
After he came out of prison, many of his friends would have nothing to do with him.
(also be nothing to do with) to be something that a person ought not to be interested in
no tener nada que ver con
This letter has/is nothing to do with you.
make nothing of not to understand
no entender nada
I can make nothing of this letter.
mean nothing to not to be understandable to
no significar nada
These mathematical figures mean nothing to me.
next to nothing almost nothing
casi nada
The child was wearing next to nothing.
nothing but just; only
únicamente, sólo
The fellow’s nothing but a fool!
nothing doing! an expression used to show a strong or emphatic refusal
ni hablar
’Would you like to go to the meeting instead of me?’ ’Nothing doing!’
there is nothing to it it is easy
es facilísimo
You’ll soon learn how to do this job – there’s nothing to it!
think nothing of not to consider difficult, unusual etc
tener en poco
My father thought nothing of walking 8 kilometres to school when he was a boy.
to say nothing of as well as; and in addition
por no hablar de
When her mother comes to stay with us, she brings all her clothes with her, to say nothing of her three dogs.
(Definition of nothing from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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