zigzag Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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zigzagverb [I]

 us   /ˈzɪɡ·zæɡ/ (-gg-)
to move by going first in one direction and then in a different direction, and continuing in this way: We zigzagged through the crowds of tourists in the museum.
Translations of “zigzag”
in Arabic خَط مُتَعَرِّج…
in Korean 지그재그…
in Malaysian berliku-liku…
in French zigzag…
in Turkish zikzak…
in Italian zig-zag…
in Chinese (Traditional) 線條, 鋸齒形線條, 之字形…
in Russian зигзаг…
in Polish zygzak…
in Vietnamese ngoằn ngèo…
in Spanish zigzag…
in Portuguese ziguezague…
in Thai เป็นรูปฟันปลา…
in German Zickzack-……
in Catalan ziga-zaga…
in Japanese ジグザグ…
in Indonesian berkelok-kelok…
in Chinese (Simplified) 线条, 锯齿形线条, 之字形…
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