Definition of nada in English:

nada

Syllabification: na·da
Pronunciation: /ˈnädə
 
/

pronoun

North American informal
Nothing.
More example sentences
  • She didn't understand any of it… at all… none, nada, zero, zilch.
  • At this point, I see no reason - none, nada, zilch - for conservatives who care about the courts to lift a finger to support this candidate.
  • I'm also self-employed so am entitled to nothing, nada, zero, zilch, of anything if I happen to fall ill, lose work, or have kids.

Origin

Spanish.

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