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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishzilchzilch /zɪltʃ/ noun [uncountable]  informalNONE/NOTHING nothing at all ‘How much money is left?’ ‘Zilch.’
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zilchIn the twentieth century, it meant that women got a zilch hand-out in life and the arts.We have gotten absolutely zilch in return.She knows absolutely zilch about marketing.The federal government does zilch to help struggling farmers.I mean nada, zilch, noise level, off the screen, under the radar.I'd tried Mr Nasty - zilch.
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