NADAS

nada

[nah-duh]
noun Informal.
nothing; zero; none: I have absolutely no motivation—zilch, zip, nada!

Origin:
< Spanish

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nada (ˈnɑːdə)
 
n
informal chiefly (US) nothing
 
[C20: Spanish]

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nada
slang, "nothing," 1933, introduced by Hemingway, from Sp., "nothing," from L. (res) nata "small, insignificant thing," lit. "(thing) born."
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nada definition

[ˈnɑdɑ]
  1. n.
    nothing; none. (Spanish.) : I asked him, but he didn't say nada.
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NADA
National Automobile Dealers Association
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