Translation for 'nothing' from English to Greek
PRON   nothing | nothing | -
NOUN   a nothing | nothings
nothing {pron}τίποτα
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Translation for 'nothing' from English to Greek

nothing {pron}
Usage Examples English
  • The line "Nothing from nothing leaves nothing" is taken from Billy Preston's 1974 hit song of the same name.
  • Prolixity: A phrase may have words which add nothing, or nothing logical or relevant, to the meaning.
  • An older name for 'Greedy reductionism' is "Nothing-buttery", an expression based on the repeated phrase "such-and-such is nothing but..."
  • "Malone Dies" contains the famous line, "Nothing is more real than nothing" – a metatextual echo of Democritus' "Naught is more real than nothing," which is referenced in Beckett's first published novel, "Murphy" (1938).
  • "I was truly starting from nothing but it's from nothing that you can be reborn." he said.

  • Daniele Barbaro, in his 1567 translation of Vitruvius, classically defined perfection as "that which lacks nothing and to which nothing can be added".
  • "Nothing Happens", also called "Nothing can happen to you, too", or "Marijuana can make nothing happen to you, too", was an anti-cannabis public service announcement created by the United States Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP).
  • To pull out their boss, nothing will stop the mercenaries. But unlike them, hard workers have nothing more to lose.
  • “Michael has got nothing to do with nothing,” the victim told the court.
  • Revell released her second original single “leave me in pieces” in 2022. Shortly followed by her album “nothing / something / nothing again” on the 16th of January 2023.

  • you fix the ignorance, there's nothing to fear. If there's nothing to fear, there's nothing to hate.
  • Thirdly because Miguel Ángel is nothing more and nothing less than Alejo's cousin, the man who ruined Lupita's life.
  • A quote of Hubbard's from his biography of American automotive developer John North Willys, "Do nothing, say nothing, and be nothing, and you'll never be criticized", is often misattributed to Aristotle.
  • It is the ultimate in Reality TV - nothing planned, nothing scripted just a regular person, a director to guide them, and the day that lies ahead.
  • The lips that nothing answer, nothing ask.

  • The word "nothing" in the example above has two meanings, as presented: "nothing is better" means the thing being named has the highest value possible (there exists nothing better); "better than nothing" means only that the thing being described has some value (more than the implied zero value of nothing).
  • Håvard Strand & Henrik Urdal (2014) Hear nothing, see nothing, say nothing: Can states reduce the risk of armed conflict by banning census data on ethnic groups?
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