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Nothing, nada, niente, rien, or any word you want to use for having no connection.
The Daily Pic: Canada gallery flogs rugs and fine art – and wit – at the NADA fair.
“Consumers have been holding onto vehicles longer than they would normally because of the economy,” said Larry Dixon of NADA.Sandy Destroys Cars, Spurs Used- and New-Car Market|Eliza Shapiro|November 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But there is nothing—zero, zilch, nada—in the Ryan plan that demonstrates how that reduction would come to pass.
Amani and her sister Nada interrupt each other excitedly as they explain the history of their culture.
McKay stood up, and Nada rose beside him, gripping his arms with both hands.The Country Beyond|James Oliver Curwood
Relatives, of course, Nada had in abundance, but she shrank from exposing her brother to these.
Nada infunde mayor respeto como la educación; la educación es lo que eleva el nivel de las personas.The Woman and the Right to Vote|Rafael Palma
Nada encuentro25 de particular en que usted fuese a casa de las Troyas.Doa Perfecta|Benito Prez Galds
Safe in the custody of the kind and amiable Countess, Nada felt strangely happy.
British Dictionary definitions for nada
Word Origin for nada
Word Origin and History for nada
"nothing," 1933, slang, introduced by Hemingway, from Spanish nada "nothing," from Latin (res) nata "small, insignificant thing," literally "(thing) born" (see natal).