Zilch (noun)

Absolutely nothing.


The word zilch is thought to have originated in the early 20th century and is likely derived from the earlier word "zip" meaning "nothing".


  1. I got zilch for my birthday.
  2. He knew zilch about computers.
  3. I got zilch in the way of help from them.
  4. I paid zilch for the ticket.
  5. He understood zilch of the instructions.
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