The dress zips up the back.
Zipped up his jacket.
I just don't have any zip today.
An example of zip is for a wind to quickly breeze through an area.
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.
He knows zip about the restaurant business.
Zipped through her homework.
Zipped the ball to a teammate.
Zip one's lip.
The bullet zipped through the air.
Zip down to the shops for some milk.
Origin of zip
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From zip code