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cipher

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of cipher

  1. 1 the numerical symbol 0 or the absence of number or quantity represented by it remember to put the cipher after the decimal point Synonyms of cipher aught, zero, goose egg, naught (also nought), nil, nothing, o, oh, zilch, zipWords Related to cipher blank, void

  2. 2 a person of no importance or influence it was either write the Great American Novel or be consigned to the status of a cipher in the annals of literature Synonyms of cipher nobody, dwarf, half-pint, insect, insignificancy, lightweight, morsel, nonentity, nothing, nullity, number, pip-squeak, pygmy (also pigmy), shrimp, snippersnapper, twerp, whippersnapper, zero, zilchWords Related to cipher no-name, noncelebrity; least; inferior, mediocrity, obscurity; figurehead, puppet; nonpersonNear Antonyms of cipher chief, head, lead, leader; celebrity, luminary, notable, personality, planet, star, superstar; authority, superior; great power, party, powerAntonyms of cipher big shot, big wheel, bigwig, eminence, figure, kahuna, kingpin, magnate, nabob, personage, somebody, VIP


cipher

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of cipher

  1. to determine (a value) by doing the necessary mathematical operations were surprised by how much we had spent on the cruise after we had ciphered out the grand total Synonyms of cipher calculate, compute, figure, reckon, work outWords Related to cipher add up, average, sum, tally, total, totalize; add, divide, multiply, subtract; allow (for), deduct, factor (in or into or out), figure in; figure out, solve (for); count, itemize, number; calibrate, gauge (also gage), measure, scale; assess, appraise, estimate, evaluate, rate, value; recalculate, recompute, refigure



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