Cero may refer to:

  • The cero (fish), a large food and game fish of the scombroid family, found chiefly in the West Indies
  • The Computer Entertainment Rating Organization (CERO), the organization that rates video games and computer software in Japan
  • USS Cero, more than one United States Navy ship
  • "Cero" in Spanish is translated to zero in English.

Other articles related to "cero":

Mastretta MXT - History - Prototipo Cero
... The MXT Prototipo Cero (Spanish for Prototype Zero) was the third automotive development by Mastretta and succeeded MXB and MXA kit-cars ... The Prototipo Cero was developed between 2004 and 2007, and was powered by a modified uprated Volkswagen inline-4 115 hp (86 kW) engine that is also used ...
cero Santos - Career - Early Career
... During his time at Fluminense, Cícero proved himself to be a versatile player ... Cícero featured heavily in Fluminense's Copa Libertadores Campaign of 2008, scoring vital goals in the group stages, including a beautiful free kick in the 6–0 demolition of Arsenal de Sarandí at the Maracaña in ... Cícero was the only Flu player to convert his penalty kick during the shoot out in the final defeat against LDU Quito of Ecuador ...
Cero (fish)
... The cero (Scomberomorus regalis), also known as the cero mackerel or painted mackerel, is a ray-finned bony fish in the family Scombridae, better known as the mackerel ... Spanish mackerel, Scomberomorus maculatus, except the cero has a longitudinal stripe in addition to the spots of the Atlantic Spanish mackerel ... Additionally, the cero reaches larger sizes than the Atlantic Spanish mackerel, often 10 lb (4.5 kg) or more, but those over 30 lb (14 kg) are extremely rare ...
cero Santos
... Cícero Santos (born 26 August 1984), simply known as Cícero, is a Brazilian footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder ...
cero Semedo - Football Career
... In November, as a second-half substitute, Cícero scored his first top division goal, in a 2–0 home win against G.D ... In January 2005 Cícero moved to Russia for FC Dynamo Moscow, as many Portuguese players (or playing in the league) during that period, returning to Portugal in the 2009 January transfer window and joining Braga's ...