English Hindi Dictionary & Translation

What is the meaning of Zero in Hindi?

Meaning of Zero in Hindi is :

Definition of word Zero

  • The numerical symbol 0; a cipher. (noun)
  • Mathematics The identity element for addition. (noun)
  • Mathematics A cardinal number indicating the absence of any or all units under consideration. (noun)
  • Mathematics An ordinal number indicating an initial point or origin. (noun)
  • Mathematics An argument at which the value of a function vanishes. (noun)
  • The temperature indicated by the numeral 0 on a thermometer. (noun)
  • A sight setting that enables a firearm to shoot on target. (noun)
  • Informal One having no influence or importance; a nonentity: a manager who was a total zero. (noun)
  • The lowest point: His prospects were approaching zero. (noun)
  • A zero-coupon bond. (noun)
  • Informal Nothing; nil: Today I accomplished zero. (noun)
  • Of, relating to, or being zero. (adjective)
  • Having no measurable or otherwise determinable value. (adjective)
  • Informal Absent, inoperative, or irrelevant in specified circumstances: "The town has . . . practically no opportunities for amusement, zero cultureā€ ( Robert M. Adams). (adjective)
  • Meteorology Designating a ceiling not more than 16 meters (52 feet) high. (adjective)
  • Meteorology Limited in horizontal visibility to no more than 55 meters (180 feet). (adjective)
  • Linguistics Of or relating to a morpheme that is expected by an established, regular paradigm but has no spoken or written form. Moose has a zero plural; that is, its plural is moose. (adjective)
  • To adjust (an instrument or a device) to zero value. (verb-transitive)
  • zero in To aim or concentrate firepower on an exact target location. (phrasal-verb)
  • zero in To adjust the aim or sight of by repeated firings. (phrasal-verb)
  • zero in To converge intently; close in: The children zeroed in on the display of toys in the store window. (phrasal-verb)
  • zero out To eliminate (a budget or budget item) by cutting off funding. (phrasal-verb)
  • zero out To reduce to zero. (phrasal-verb)

Examples of word Zero

  • The term "zero tolerance" came into popular usage during the Reagan presidency when Congress passed the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act.
  • The potential of electric vehicles and fuel cell vehicles to dramatically cut emissions from cars is tremendous, though the term "zero emissions motoring" needs to be treated with caution.
  • Over the past two months in particular, Turkey's leaders have been adjusting a foreign policy that went under the rubric "zero problems with neighbors" to changes forced by the Arab Spring, analysts say.
  • Consider This: An intriguing image characterizes this unusual name, but its similarity to the word zero may be holding it back.
  • The term zero-energy home was coined by the Department of Energy as part of a program to create technologies for homes that would produce all of their own energy by 2010.

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