null | nəl |


  1. [ predic. ] having no legal or binding force; invalid: the establishment of a new interim government was declared null and void .
  2. having or associated with the value zero.
    • Mathematics (of a set or matrix) having no elements, or only zeros as elements.
    • lacking distinctive qualities; having no positive substance or content: his curiously null life.

noun literary

verb [ with obj. ] Electronics

ORIGIN late Middle English: from French nul, nulle, from Latin nullus ‘none,’ from ne ‘not’ + ullus ‘any.’

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