- The definition of zip is a quick, hissing sound, is slang for zero, or is energy.
- An example of a zip is the sound of cars quickly passing by on a freeway.
- An example of a zip is the score ten to zip.
- An example of a zip is the energy level of an eighty-year old man who is running a marathon; he has a lot of zip.
- Zip is defined as to move quickly, especially with a hissing sound.
An example of zip is for a wind to quickly breeze through an area.
- a short, sharp hissing or whizzing sound, as of a passing bullet
- Informal energy; vigor; vim
- Chiefly Brit. zipperalso zip-fastener
- Slang nothing; zero: the player was zip-for-12 at the line
- Informal a zip code number
- to make, or move with, a zip
- Informal to act or move with speed or energy
- to become fastened or unfastened by means of a zipper
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- A brief sharp hissing sound.
- Energy; vim.
- A zipper.
- Slang Nothing; nil; zero: received zip for money after doing the job for them.
- a. To move with a sharp hissing sound.b. To move or act with a speed that suggests such a sound: The cars zipped by endlessly.
- To act or proceed swiftly and energetically: zipped through her homework.
- To become fastened or unfastened by a zipper.
- To give speed and force to.
- To impart life or zest to.
- To fasten or unfasten with a zipper.
zip - Computer Definition
(1) To compress a file with PKZIP. See ZIP file.
(2) (Zip) A removable disk from Iomega. See Zip disk.
(4) (ZIP) A proprietary messaging protocol from IBM. PROFS uses ZIP for its e-mail transport.
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