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Synonyms

nothing

pronoun

not anything

none

adverb

not one of a group of people, or things or no amount of something

no one

pronoun

not any person

solitary

adjective

used for emphasizing that there is not even one person or thing

zilch

noun

informal nothing, especially none of a particular thing that you were looking for or wanted

not a single

not even one

not one

used for emphasizing that there are none of the people or things you are talking about

not a living soul

no one at all

no

adverb

not any amount of something

nobody

pronoun

no one

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a blind bit of

any. Used for adding emphasis to a negative statement

a fat lot

nothing, or not very much at all

all-or-nothing

adjective

involving either the whole of something or none of it

a penny

used in negative statements to mean no money at all

bugger all

British nothing at all

bugger all

British none at all

damn all

impolite nothing at all

diddly

noun

Americaninformal nothing

fresh out of something

used for saying that you have just finished all of your supply of a particular thing

fuck all

noun

Britishoffensive an extremely offensive expression that means ‘nothing at all’

jack

noun

mainly Americanimpolite anything or nothing at all

naught

another spelling of nought

no

adverb

used for saying that there is not even one person or thing

not a jot/not one jot

not at all, or none at all

not a sausage

nothing

nought

noun

nothing

nowt

noun

Britishinformal nothing

sod all

noun

Britishimpolite nothing at all

squat

noun

mainly Americaninformal anything

sweet FA

used instead of the offensive phrase fuck all (=nothing at all)

sweet FA/Fanny Adams

nothing at all

zero

noun

used for showing that there is no amount at all of something

zero

noun

informal nothing at all

zip

noun

mainly Americaninformal nothing

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hygge

a lifestyle focussing on simple pleasures such as comfort and cosiness in the home, and spending time with friends and family

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sofar

a form of location that involves the underwater detonation of a bomb which causes sound waves that are picked up by ships

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