Translation of "zip" - English-Spanish dictionary


noun uk /zɪp/ /zɪp/ UK also US/UK zipper

a thing for fastening clothes, bags, etc., consisting of two rows of very small parts that connect together

Your zip’s undone.
verb uk /zɪp/ /zɪp/ present participle zipping, past tense and past participle zipped also zip up

to fasten something with a zip

subirse la cremallera de
He zipped up his jacket.

(Translation of “zip” from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)


noun /zip/

(also zipper) a zip fastener

Make sure you do up the zip of your jacket – it’s freezing outside!

a whizzing sound

They heard the zip of a flying bullet.
zip fastener noun (usually zip, or zipper)

a device for fastening clothes etc, in which two rows of metal or nylon teeth are made to fit each other when a sliding tab is pulled along them.


(Translation of “zip” from the PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)