Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Zero"

The meaning of "Zero" in various phrases and sentences

Q: Why did the zero start dating?
To find the 1. ne anlama geliyor?
A: this is a joke because the saying “find the one” in referring to someone’s soulmate.

so zero (0) is trying to find the one (1) which is the next number, it is a pun
Q: What does,,zero in (on)'' mean? ne anlama geliyor?
A: It’s fairly common. Though it’s not used too frequently, most English speakers will still understand. And yes, both those examples sound natural!
Q: "zero fun at parties" ne anlama geliyor?
A: no fun at parties, not fun at parties.

If 10 is the best, and the most fun... Zero/0 is no fun at all..
Q: "zero out" means remove or reduce. Which meaning is more closer? ne anlama geliyor?
A: it's when you reduce so much that nothing is left. remove is fine too, because you are removing things in order to reduce them but I would say "reduce to nothing" is the best definition :)
Q: what does mean "zero out"? ne anlama geliyor?
A: I would use with use "reduce"

Synonyms of "Zero" and their differences

Q: "zero in on" ve "focus on" arasındaki fark nedir?
A: “Zero in on” is more casual - they both mean to concentrate on a certain point or detail

“Focus on” can also mean to pay attention to something for an extended period of time
“I just can’t focus on my homework tonight”
Q: zeros ve zeroes arasındaki fark nedir?
A: Both are acceptable, but “zeros” is more common. “Zeroes” is used as a verb.

• He zeroes in on the target. (Meaning, he focuses his gun on the target)

Other questions about "Zero"

Q: There has been zero food safety issues or accidents a year after introducing the shared kitchen system. bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: This sounds almost natural, but it would be better as:

There have been zero food safety issues or accidents a year after introducing the shared kitchen system.


A year after introducing the shared kitchen system, there have been zero food safety issues or accidents.
Q: "But we need this zero at December 31." bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: We need this value to reach zero by December 31.

(I think? Or do you mean something else?)
Q: I got a zero on my test.
I got zero on my test. Which one is correct.
bu doğru görünüyor mu?
A: "I got a zero on my test" is natural.
Q: Which is correct between "zero dog" and "zero dogs"?
A: zero dogs
Q: Why do you say "not" instead of "Zero"? I am watching math-videos on youtube and everytime one pronounces the number, for example 3.001, he says "three point not not one". Why not zero? And what about numbers on the left side of the point? They are zero, right? So 0.3 is "zero point three", am i correct?
A: Sounds like UK English to me. In the US, we would say zero or 'oh'.

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