Translation: from english

zip-zero

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  • zip-zero — Nothing = reward you can get for hard labor and loyalty. After 25 years of successfully supporting all, his reward was zip zero and many libels and slanders …   Dictionary of american slang

  • Zero-K — Developer(s) See Credits Engine Spring …   Wikipedia

  • Zip (TUGS) — Zip is a fictional character who appeared in the 1988 television series TUGS, created by the producers of Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends.Zip is Captain Zero s second harbour switcher . It is safe to presume that he is also the newest addition …   Wikipedia

  • zip — [zip] n. [echoic] 1. a short, sharp hissing or whizzing sound, as of a passing bullet 2. Informal energy; vigor; vim 3. Chiefly Brit. ZIPPER: also zip fastener 4. Slang nothing; zero [the player was zip for 12 at the line] …   English World dictionary

  • zero — [n] nothing aught, blank, bottom, cipher, insignificancy, love*, lowest point, nada*, nadir, naught, nil*, nix*, nobody*, nonentity, nought, nullity, oblivion, ought, rock bottom*, scratch, shutout, void, zilch*, zip*, zot*; concepts 407,784 Ant …   New thesaurus

  • zip —  Zero. See also zilch …   American business jargon

  • ZIP (file format) — unzip redirects here. For the program, see Info ZIP. ZIP Filename extension .zip .zipx (newer compression algorithms) Internet media type application/zip Uniform Type Identifier com.pkware.zip archive Magic …   Wikipedia

  • zip — I. /zɪp / (say zip) noun 1. Also, zipper, zip fastener. a fastener consisting of interlocking teeth set along two edges which are united or separated when an attached device sliding between them is pulled, and used in place of buttons, hooks, or… …   Australian English dictionary

  • zip — zip1 /zip/, n., v., zipped, zipping. n. 1. a sudden, brief hissing sound, as of a bullet. 2. Informal. energy; vim; vigor. v.i. 3. to move with a zipping sound. 4. Informal. to act or move with speed or energy: I ll just zip upstairs. v.t.… …   Universalium

  • zip — 1. n. nothing. □ There was no mail today. Nothing. Zip. □ I got zip from the booking agency all week. 2. n. a score or grade of zero. □ Well, you got zip on the last test. Sorry about that. □ …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • zip — {{11}}zip (adj.) 1963, in U.S. postal ZIP code, an acronym for Zone Improvement Plan, no doubt chosen with conscious echo of ZIP (Cf. zip) (v.1). {{12}}zip (n.) zero, 1900, student slang for a grade of zero on a test, etc.; of unknown origin; Cf …   Etymology dictionary

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