To press the button on one's ambulance pager to signal a response to the nightly tone tests.
Dude, don't forget to zilch your pager tonight at 6:45.

Don't worry, I got it covered.
by LOVECHEESE September 26, 2011
Used to represent the value of nothing, zero (0), zip.
Jim: Hey, I'm broke. Can I borrow some cash from you? How much do you have?
John: Sorry, Zilch!
by Dalton April 29, 2004
A word used to describe nothingness or an absence of something.
Sam had zilch in his bank account.
by brian April 27, 2004
The zilch is a part of the cock.

The zilch is exactly the rim of the bell (bell-end), where the shaft of the man's Johnson ends and the bell-end begins.
It is that rim, ridge, edge which is known as the zilch
Jimmy doesn't get head from girls with braces any more in fear of getting his bell-end ripped off by the zilch
by noegnuD epaR eht fo dnegeL January 27, 2012
nothing, having a value of nothing, zero
That truck is worth zilch.
by The Return of Light Joker June 28, 2009
When one takes a garbage bag and ties it in a string on knots, then lights them on fire. Miniature fireballs with drip from it as it makes futuristic noises.
Some conflabbed hooligans were holding lit zilches over the balcony at pyromania. One of them hit Max's head. He still has a creepy bubble.
by EmilyGG June 27, 2005
Hilary Clinton's chance of winning and the number of her supporters.
Sexist 1: Did you guys here that Hilary won the presidency?

Sexist 2: *vomits* Dude, sometimes jokes go to far.

Bill Clinton: Yeah, my puppet had zilch chance of winning since the beginning.
by Andrew Tayla February 25, 2008

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