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Definición de “zero” en inglés

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zero

noun
 
 
/ˈzɪərəʊ/ ( plural zeros, or zeroes)
[C or U] the number 0: They agreed to cut tariffs on 4,000 categories of goods to between zero and 5% by 2013.
[U] nothing at all, or the lowest possible amount: The intent of sustainable business development is to drive outputs of hazardous waste to zero.zero cost/growth The economic reform packages stirred the economy from zero growth.
[U] MEASURES on a set of numbers for comparing temperature in degrees Celsius, the level of temperature at which water freezes: The temperature dropped to ten degrees below zero.
informal →  zero coupon bond
Traducciones de “zero”
en español cero, hora cero…
en coreano 숫자 영, 0, 영도…
en árabe صِفْر…
en portugués zero…
en francés zéro, l’heure H…
en alemán die Null, der Nullpunkt…
en catalán zero…
en japonés (数字の)ゼロ, (温度)零度, 氷点…
en italiano zero, zero gradi…
en ruso ноль…
en turco sıfır…
en polaco zero…
(Definition of zero from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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