English version

naught

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnaughtnaught /nɔːt $ nɒːt/ pronoun old use 🔊 🔊 NONE/NOTHINGnothing 🔊 All their plans came to naught (=failed).
Examples from the Corpus
came to naught• This came to naught, however, as did an all-steel version, the Model 23 or G8N3.
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