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Spanish translation of “zoom”

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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