nada nada  /ˈnɑ də/


  • (n) a quantity of no importance



  1. En el terreno diplomtico, la ONU una vez ms no pueda hacer nada para obligar al rgimen a desarmarse, tan solo condenar sus acciones.
  2. In fact the whole point of this story is to distract from the real story the content of the show, for that we get zip, nada, not a single freakin word.
  3. No intimidation, no threats, no firings, nada.


  1. NADA: Used-Vehicle Prices Drop, But Still Above Average

    MCLEAN, VA -- June 12, 2013 : Prices for used cars and light trucks up to 8-years-old declined 2.1% in May--the largest drop since last October, says the NADA Used Car Guide in the June edition of Guidelines .
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Auto Channel

  2. NADA Market Beat

    In April 2013, NADA's Industry Analysis division launched the first issue of NADA Market Beat – a monthly report of U.S. new light vehicle sales. Developed in conjunction with the NADA Public Affairs department, NADA Market Beat replaces the NADA Monthly Sales Recap report.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: National Automobile Dealers Association

  3. KPA Participates in NADA Energy Ally Program

    KPA announces alliance with NADA Energy Ally Program to assist dealer clients with the NADA/ATD Energy Star Benchmarking Survey. (PRWeb June 09, 2013) Read the full story at
    on June 10, 2013     Source: PRWeb

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