Synonyms of nothing in English:

nothing


See definition of nothing

pronoun

1‘there's nothing I can do about it’

SYNONYMS
not a thing, not a single thing, not anything, nothing at all, nil, zero
Northern English nowt
informal zilch, sweet Fanny Adams, sweet FA, nix, not a dicky bird
British informal damn all, not a sausage
North American informal zip, nada, a goose egg, bupkis
British vulgar slang bugger all, sod all, fuck all
archaic nought, naught
ANTONYMS

something

2‘please forget it, it's nothing’

SYNONYMS
a matter of no consequence, a matter of no importance, a trifling matter, a trifle, a piece of trivia, a bagatelle, a mere bagatelle
neither here nor there
informal no big deal

3‘he seemed to treat her as nothing’

SYNONYMS
a person of no importance, an unimportant person, a person of no account, a nobody, a nonentity, a cipher, a non-person
a lightweight
British small beer
ANTONYMS

celebrity

4‘the value of the shares is unlikely to fall to nothing’

SYNONYMS
zero, nought, 0
love
a duck

Phrases

    nothing but

    ‘he was nothing but a nuisance to her’


    SYNONYMS

    merely, only, just, solely, simply, purely, no more than

    for nothing

    1‘the former TV presenter agreed to host the show for nothing, but then demanded £1,000’


    SYNONYMS

    free, gratis, without charge, without payment, free of charge, at no cost

    informal

    for free, on the house

    2‘I've taken all this trouble for nothing’


    SYNONYMS

    in vain, to no avail, to no purpose, with no result, needlessly, pointlessly, futilely

    archaic

    bootlessly

    be/have nothing to do with

    1‘it has nothing to do with your inquiries’


    SYNONYMS

    be unconnected with, be unrelated to

    be irrelevant to, be extraneous to, be inapplicable to, be inapposite to, be extrinsic to

    rare

    be malapropos of

    2‘he's a hard, ruthless man and I'll have nothing to do with him’


    SYNONYMS

    avoid, have no dealings with, have no truck with, avoid dealing with, have no contact with, steer clear of, give a wide berth to