- n. [数] 零；无价值
- adj. 无价值的；无用的
- n. (Naught)人名；(英)诺特
- naught (n.)
- Old English nawiht "nothing," lit "no whit," from na "no" (from PIE root *ne- "no, not;" see un- (1)) + wiht "thing, creature, being" (see wight). Cognate with Old Saxon neowiht "nothing," Old High German niwiht, Gothic ni waihts. It also developed an adjectival sense in Old English, "good for nothing," which by mid-16c. had focused to "morally bad, wicked." In arithmetic, "the figure zero" from 1640s.
- 1. Most election promises can be set at naught.
- 2. He sets at naught every convention of society.
- 3. All our good planning came to naught.
- 4. How many imperial inches are there in one metric centimetre? — Naught point three nine three seven inches.
- 一厘米等于多少英寸? ——等于0.397英寸.
- 5. Like the Tehran experience, the shredding may be all for naught.
- 如同德黑兰事件中的情况一样, 切碎文件可能是徒劳的.
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