Meaning of NOUGHT in English


(ZERO) esp. UK, US usually naught [noun] [C] - the number 0; zeroHe said it was only worth £10, but I reckon you could add a couple of noughts to that (= it is really worth £1000).See study section: Zero(UK and ANZ) Noughts and crosses (US tick-tack-toe) is a game played on a piece of paper in which two players write either O or X in a pattern of nine squares. The first player who places three noughts or crosses in a straight line wins the game.See picture: Games

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