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zoom in/out

phrasal verb with zoom uk   us   /zuːm/ verb informal
to (​cause a ​camera or ​computer to) make the ​image of something or someone ​appear much ​larger and ​nearer, or much ​smaller and ​further away: At the ​beginning of the ​film, the ​camerazooms in to show two ​peoplesitting by the ​side of a ​river. Click on a ​photo of any ​student, and it ​zooms out to full-size. Television ​cameraszoomed in on the ​fanscheering in the ​stands.
(Definition of zoom in/out from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “zoom in/out”
in Chinese (Simplified) (使照相机或计算机)画面放大/缩小…
in Chinese (Traditional) (使照相機或計算機)畫面放大/縮小…
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