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Translation of "zero" - English-Spanish dictionary

zero

  /ˈzɪə·rəʊ/
A2 the number 0 cero
B1 [no plural] the temperature at which water freezes in degrees centigrade cero The temperature is ten degrees below zero.
(Definition of zero from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

zero

noun /ˈziərəu/ ( plural zeros)
nought; the number or figure 0 cero Three plus zero equals three The figure 100 has two zeros in it.
the point on a scale (eg on a thermometer) which is taken as the standard on which measurements may be based cero The temperature was 5 degrees above/below zero.
the exact time fixed for something to happen, eg an explosion, the launching of a spacecraft etc hora cero It is now 3 minutes to zero.
(Definition of zero from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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