nada

noun
na·​da | \ ˈnä-də \

Definition of nada

Examples of nada in a Sentence

It won't cost you anything—zero, nothing, nada.

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This is a big money-maker for us—costs us nothing, nada, niente. Daniel Henninger, WSJ, "Bezos Invades Trump’s Backyard," 14 Nov. 2018 Mas nada nessa vida é pra sempre, espero q vc seja muito feliz na sua nova caminhada. SI.com, "Real Madrid Star Linked With Juventus Move After Promise of Cristiano Ronaldo Reunion," 13 July 2018 Sergio se hará una limpieza del pequeño cuerpo suelto y con una rodilla que no tiene nada roto la recuperación tarda dos semanas para estar apto. SI.com, "Wife of Argentina's Sergio Romero Hits Out at Drop & Claims Goalkeeper Would Be Fit for World Cup," 23 May 2018 Yesterday, the model revealed her new size-inclusive swimsuit collaboration with Swimsuits for All in a post on Instagram, uploading a bunch of Graham-centric photos that were completely unedited—no Photoshop, no smoke-and-mirror tricks, nada. Alex Warner, Marie Claire, "Ashley Graham Just Released a Fully Un-Retouched Swimsuit Campaign," 2 May 2018 Better to get 10 bucks, a brat purchase and an email address than nada. Chris Jones, chicagotribune.com, "For the first time, the Cubs are offering a cheap-seat lottery at Wrigley. It’s a smokescreen.," 5 Apr. 2018 Here are some wonderful things to do at Disney World, all for nada: 1. Arthur Levine, USA TODAY, "Disney World: Free things to do at the resort," 12 Feb. 2018 For teams jockeying for position in the standings, the blood round can make the difference between a title, a trophy, or taking home nada. OregonLive.com, "OSAA state wrestling Day 1 recap: Highlights, surprises, storylines entering Day 2," 17 Feb. 2018 And as of this moment our response — at least at scale — is nada. Jim Geraghty, National Review, "The Berniecrats Regroup," 29 Jan. 2018

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First Known Use of nada

1867, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for nada

Spanish, from Latin (res) nata situation, circumstance, literally, a thing come into being

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The first known use of nada was in 1867

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