An example of nothing used as a pronoun is in the sentence, "Nothing is wrong," which means that there are no problems.
The box contained nothing. I've heard nothing about it.
An example of nothing used as a noun is in the sentence, "There is nothing in the box," which means that the box is empty.
Nothing remains of the old house but the cellar hole.
An example of nothing used as an adverb is in the phrase "nothing gained," which means that there were no gains.
She looks nothing like her sister.
She looks nothing like her parents.
I didn't see nothing. [= I didn't see anything].
What happened to your face? "” It's nothing.
The new nonsmoking policy is nothing to me.
A score of two to nothing.
- Free of charge.
- To no avail:.All that trouble for nothing.
- For no reason:.Fired him for nothing.
- In very little time; very quickly.
- Certainly not.
- Nothing else to be done; no alternative:.
- Free; at no cost.
- In vain; useless(ly).
- Without reason.
- In almost no time at all.
- To treat as of little importance.
- To fail to understand.
- Only; nothing other than.nothing but the truth.
- No result, accomplishment, etc.
- Decidedly and unmistakably.He's nothing if not prompt.
- No less than; just the same as.