null definition

  • adjective:
    • Having no legal force; invalid: render a contract null and void.
    • Of no effect, result, or price; insignificant.
    • Amounting to nothing; missing or nonexistent: a null result.
    • Mathematics Of or associated with a collection having no people or even zero magnitude.
    • Having no substance, "null and void"
    • insignificant
    • missing or non-existent
    • of null set
    • of or comprising a value of properly zero
    • causing a total losing gene purpose, amorphic.
    • Of no appropriate or binding force or substance; of no efficacy; invalid; void; nugatory; useless.
    • Having a value of zero.
    • Empty; having no members.
    • Unassigned or meaningless; -- a special worth directed at variables, especially pointers or reasonable factors, suggesting that it's meaningless and cannot be utilized in computation. The actual value which kept in memory to indicate the null condition may vary with the computer system language made use of.
    • lacking any appropriate or binding force
  • verb-transitive:
    • to help make null.
    • To annul.
  • noun:
    • Zero; nothing.
    • An instrument reading of zero.
    • A non-existent or empty price or pair of values.
    • Zero quantity of expressions; nothing.
    • the ASCII or Unicode character (␀), represented by a zero value, that indicates no character and is sometimes used as a string terminator.
    • the attribute of an entity that includes no good price.
    • the beads in nulled work.
    • something which doesn't have force or definition.
    • whatever doesn't have value; a cipher; zero.
    • one of many beads in nulled work.
    • something which doesn't have power or meaning; whatever is of a poor or meaningless personality; a cipher, actually or figuratively.
    • particularly In musical notation, the character 0, denoting
    • in thorough-bass, the bass note over which its placed is usually to be played alone, the other parts resting;
    • inside fingering for stringed devices, the note over which it's put is usually to be played on an open sequence.
    • The raised component in nulling or nulled work. This when small resembles a bead; whenever longer, a spindle.
    • Specifically, one of the bids in the game of skat. Same as misère. See skat.
    • a quantity of no significance
  • verb:
    • to nullify
  • others:
    • no; wanting; non-existent.
    • Void; of no appropriate or binding power or substance; of no effectiveness; invalid.
    • Of no account or importance; having no character or phrase; bad.
    • To annul; deprive of substance; demolish; nullify.
    • To form nulls, or into nulls, like in a lathe. See nulling.
    • To kink: stated of a whalemen's line since it works from line-tub.
    • Zero in algebraic measure.
    • In math. logic, noting a propositional purpose when it is untrue for all values of x.

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