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Translation of "zoom" - English-Spanish dictionary

zoom

verb   /zuːm/ informal
to move very quickly ir/pasar/salir zumbando They got into the car and zoomed off. In the last few metres of the race, she suddenly zoomed ahead.1613
If prices or sales zoom, they increase suddenly and quickly. elevarse, dispararse House prices suddenly zoomed up last year.1422
→  Phrasal verbs zoom in/out , zoom in on sth
noun   /zuːm/ informal
a zoom lens a device in a camera, or connected to a camera, that can make the thing being photographed appear nearer teleobjetivo 315
(Definition of zoom from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

zoom

noun /zuːm/
a loud, low-pitched buzzing noise zumbido the zoom of cars speeding past them on the racetrack
zoom lens noun ( plural zoom lenses)
a type of camera lens which can make a distant object appear gradually closer without moving the camera. objetivo focal variable, zoom
zoom in phrasal verb
to direct a camera (on to an object etc) and use a zoom lens to make it appear to come closer enfocar con el zoom Film the whole building first, then zoom in on the door.
(Definition of zoom from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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