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zap

verb /zap/ ( past tense, past participle zapped)
to kill or destroy, especially in a computer game
cargarse
The aim of the game is to zap as many aliens as possible.
to change channels on television with a remote control
hacer zapping
I’ve tried zapping through the channels, but can’t find that programme anywhere.
zapping noun the act of changing channels with a remote control
zapping
Zapping is a good way of getting a general impression of what’s on.
(Definition of zap from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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