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- n. nothing
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Nothing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a quantity of no importance
Ya nada sera nuestro tu te llevaras en un solo momento una eternidad me quedare sin nada si tu te vas
She would quickly find that the concentration of a substance absent a context means exactly nada, which is what her entire speechifying amounted to.
And in the third, he says attain the highest bliss by losing oneself in nada, which is associated with variations of ragas, themselves the manipulations of the seven notes.
Ada seseorang yang menginginkan dirinya menjadi kaya, namun dia tidak berusaha dengan sungguh sungguh untuk mendapatkannya, yaitu hanya dengan berpangku tangan dan berharap suatu saat aka nada pekerjaan yang bagus baginya atau bahkan ada yang berharap kaya dari nomer togel.
A Latino member of the delegation predicted that all the reporters were going to come to him to talk to him about the "nada" line.
For me, this brings up one big question, one that has 'nada' to do with this sentence.
The Republicans have been trying to label Obama with "nada".
At the same time, "nada" is a tough price to compete against.
Eventually I grew so weary of the bogus amity from this variety of jinetero that my responses to the classic openers (usually "what are you looking for, my friend?" or the ubiquitous "hey, where you from?") grew progressively less civil (respectively, a terse "nada" and "Australia.
Well, in the past, every time I'd run in to Bryan and ask for an update on his status, he'd tell me quite sullenly that he's heard nada from anyone.
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