Zero in spanish

Cero

pronunciation: θeɹ̩oʊ part of speech: noun, verb, adjective
In gestures

zero [zeroes/zeros, -pl.]1 = cero, rosco. 

Example: If the first digit of the number is zero, the material type is not encoded in the bard-coded label.

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» below zero = bajo cero.

Example: Dirt roads, no electricity, one-room school a mile away, below zero blizzards in the winter, and mosquito clouds in the summer.

» give + zero results = no dar ningún resultado.

Example: For example, SELECTing RIGHT(W)TO(W)READ would give zero results.

» ground zero = zona cero.

Example: The resulting cloud rose to a height of 12000 feet and subsequent fallout drifted in an easterly direction, travelling as far as 225 km from ground zero.

» roll over to + zero = ponerse a cero.

Example: Problems are caused because PC BIOS chips are hardwired to return to 4 Jan 80 when the year rolls over to zero, i.e 2000.

» start at + ground zero = partir de cero, empezar por el principio, comenzar por el principio, empezar desde cero, comenzar desde cero, empezar desde la base, comenzar desde la base, empezar de cero, comenzar de cero.

Example: Readers will feel compelled to listen to her; after all, she started at ground zero and worked her way up to the top.

» sub-zero = subcero, por debajo de cero, bajo cero.

Example: The documentary examines the growing number of skinny celebrities and the worrying trend for sub-zero sizes.

» zero-base(d) budget = presupuesto de base cero. [En contabilidad, método por el cual al establecer el presupuesto de una empresa no se dan por válidos ninguno de los elementos del presupuesto anterior y se someten a discusión tanto los elementos antiguos como los nuevos]

Example: With a zero base budget every activity must be justified afresh each year.

» zero-base(d) budgeting (ZZB) = presupuesto de base cero. [En gestión de bibliotecas, método por el cual al establecer el presupuesto de una empresa no se dan por válidos ninguno de los elementos del presupuesto anterior y se someten a discusión tanto los elementos antiguos como los nuevos]

Example: Because the assumption in this method is that none of the preceding years' operations are worth continuing unless they can be shown to be necessary, zero-based budgeting (ZZB) can be useful for paring out the deadwood of obsolete or uselessly extravagant programs.

» zero-cost = de coste cero.

Example: By contrast, the 80s and 90s will offer virtually zero-cost, highly reliable hardware but expensive software, unless a different approach to information processing is found.

» zero fill = rellenar con ceros los espacios vacíos.

Example: The length is a 5-digit decimal number justified right with zero fill if necessary.

» zero growth = crecimiento cero.

Example: Zero growth in the public sector will be the norm for the foreseable future, but change of priority in favour of the cultural sector is taking place.

» zero + Nombre = cero, nulo, nada.

Example: In recent years special libraries have been faced with a number of important factors, including reduced purchase budgets, zero increases in staffing, and the opportunities offered by automation.

» zero-rate = exención del IVA.

Example: The article 'Don't tax reading -- the case for a zero-rate for books' outlines the plea made by all those concerned with books in the European Economic Community that zero-rating should be applied to books and learned journals in forthcoming legislation.

» zero-rating = exención del IVA.

Example: The article 'Don't tax reading -- the case for a zero-rate for books' outlines the plea made by all those concerned with books in the European Economic Community that zero-rating should be applied to books and learned journals in forthcoming legislation.

» zero tolerance = tolerancia cero, cero tolerancia.

Example: The large number of complaints from staff and students concerning the use of mobile telephones in the libraries led to the introduction of a pilot zero tolerance scheme to ban their use.

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» zero in on = centrarse en.

Example: 'Can we zero in on the suggestion made earlier that we start some kind of a program for the 'gifted and talented' at the library?', the director asked.
Zero synonyms:
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