Null | nemačko - engleski prevod## Null

### 1. neutral

prefiks

Zahlzeichen 0, Grenze zw. den positiven u. negativen Zahlen. Die Addition/Subtraktion von N. liefert die urspr. Zahl; die Multiplikation mit N. ergibt N.; die Division durch N. ist nicht definiert u. hat keinen Sinn.

pridev

Sinonimi: electroneutral

ETYM Latin neutralis, from neuter. Related to Neuter.

1. Of no distinctive quality or characteristics or type.

2. Lacking distinguishing quality or characteristics.

3. Neither moral nor immoral; neither good nor evil, right nor wrong.

4. Not supporting or favoring either side in a war, dispute, or contest.

5. Lacking hue.

6. (Physics) Having no net electric charge; not electrified; SYN. electroneutral.

null | nemačko - engleski prevod## null

### 1. zero

pridev

(lat.-italien.)Zahl (Zeichen 0), die durch Subtraktion von oder Addition zu einer anderen diese nicht verändert; Multiplikation mit N. ergibt in jedem Fall wieder N., Potenzierung immer 1, Division durch N. ist nicht möglich.

pridev

Sinonimi: none | 0

1. Indicating an initial point or origin.

2. Indicating the absence of any or all units under consideration; SYN. none, 0.

Having no measurable or otherwise determinable value.

Null | nemačko - engleski prevod## Null

### 1. nothing

pridev

pridev

Of no account; worthless

null | nemačko - engleski prevod## null

### 1. nil

prilog

prilog

Null | nemačko - engleski prevod## Null

### 1. zero

ženski rodmatematika

imenica

Sinonimi: 0 | nought | cipher | cypher | nothing

ETYM French zéro, from Arabic çafrun, çifrun, empty, a cipher. Related to Cipher.

The number (written 0) that when added to any number leaves that number unchanged. It results when any number is subtracted from itself, or when any number is added to its negative. The product of any number with zero is itself zero.

History.

The word zero comes originally from the Hindi sunya, meaning “empty”, and traveled through Arabic (sifr), Latin (zephirum), eventually to become the English zero. The Greeks would distinguish between 109 and 190 by using completely different symbols for “9” and “90”. The Babylonians found a partial use for zero in their sexagesimal system, namely in medial positions (“109”) but not in final positions (“190”). The need for zero arose, however, when a fully developed place value decimal system was developed by the Hindu-Arabic mathematicians in the 8th century AD. No longer could all numbers be expressed by simply using the nine figures 1 to 9. A sign “19” could mean 109, 190, or simply 19. Without the zero all were as likely.

Along with other Hindu-Arabic numerals, zero entered Europe in the 13th century in the famous textbook of Leonardo of Pisa, Liber abaci 1202. Despite their obvious advantages the new numerals spread only slowly throughout Europe. As few could write and most officials counted with pebbles on checker boards or abaci, there was little call for a more sophisticated numeral system and it was not, in fact, until the 16th century that zero and the other Hindu-Arabic numerals became widely accepted.

The arithmetic symbol (0) representing no magnitude.

1. A mathematical element that when added to another number yields the same number; SYN. 0, nought, cipher, cypher, nothing.

2. (Pejorative) A person who no skills or who holds no interest for others.

Null | nemačko - engleski prevod## Null

### 1. naught

### 2. nil

### 3. nothing

### 4. nought

### 5. null

### 6. zero

ženski rodgramatika

imenica

ETYM Old Eng. naught, nought, naht, nawiht, as. nawiht, nauht, naht; ne not + wiht thing, whit; hence, not ever a whit. Related to No, Whit, Aught, Not.

(Homonym: knot, not).

Complete failure.

imenica

Nothing; of no account; zero.

imenica

Sinonimi: nil | nix | nada | aught | cipher | cypher | goose egg | naught | zero | zilch | zip

ETYM From no, a. + thing.

A quantity of no importance; SYN. nil, nix, nada, aught, cipher, cypher, goose egg, naught, zero, zilch, zip.

imenica

Variant of naught

imenica

1. A condition, such as balance, which results in a minimum absolute value of output.

2. A condition of a radio receiver when minimum or zero signal is received

3. A minimum or zero value of an electric current or of a radio signal

imenica

Sinonimi: 0 | nought | cipher | cypher | nothing

ETYM French zéro, from Arabic çafrun, çifrun, empty, a cipher. Related to Cipher.

The number (written 0) that when added to any number leaves that number unchanged. It results when any number is subtracted from itself, or when any number is added to its negative. The product of any number with zero is itself zero.

History.

The word zero comes originally from the Hindi sunya, meaning “empty”, and traveled through Arabic (sifr), Latin (zephirum), eventually to become the English zero. The Greeks would distinguish between 109 and 190 by using completely different symbols for “9” and “90”. The Babylonians found a partial use for zero in their sexagesimal system, namely in medial positions (“109”) but not in final positions (“190”). The need for zero arose, however, when a fully developed place value decimal system was developed by the Hindu-Arabic mathematicians in the 8th century AD. No longer could all numbers be expressed by simply using the nine figures 1 to 9. A sign “19” could mean 109, 190, or simply 19. Without the zero all were as likely.

Along with other Hindu-Arabic numerals, zero entered Europe in the 13th century in the famous textbook of Leonardo of Pisa, Liber abaci 1202. Despite their obvious advantages the new numerals spread only slowly throughout Europe. As few could write and most officials counted with pebbles on checker boards or abaci, there was little call for a more sophisticated numeral system and it was not, in fact, until the 16th century that zero and the other Hindu-Arabic numerals became widely accepted.

The arithmetic symbol (0) representing no magnitude.

1. A mathematical element that when added to another number yields the same number; SYN. 0, nought, cipher, cypher, nothing.

2. (Pejorative) A person who no skills or who holds no interest for others.