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Significado de “zip” - Diccionario Inglés

Significado de "zip" - Diccionario Inglés

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zipnoun

uk   us   /zɪp/

zip noun (DEVICE)

B2 [C] UK (US zipper) a ​device consisting of two ​rows of ​metal or ​plastic teeth-like ​parts that are ​brought together by ​pulling a ​smallslidingpiece over them, used for ​closingopenings in ​clothing, ​bags, etc.: to do up/​undo a zip I can't ​open my ​bag - the zip has stuck.
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zip noun (SPEED)

[U] informal energy or ​speed: The new ​engine has given the ​car a lot more zip.

zip noun (NOTHING)

[U] US informal nothing: I ​know zip about ​computers. The Dolphins are ​leading the Giants fourteen to zip (= by fourteen ​points to nothing).

zipverb

uk   us   /zɪp/ (-pp-)

zip verb (FASTEN)

[I or T] to ​fasten something with a zip: This bag's too ​full, I can't zip it ​shut. This ​dress zips (up) at the back. Zip ​yourcoat up, it's ​coldoutside.

zip verb (GO QUICKLY)

[I or T, usually + adv/prep] informal to ​move or go ​somewhere very ​quickly: I'm just going to zip over to the ​shops - I won't be ​long. We were about to ​cross the ​road when a ​carsuddenly zipped past.
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zip verb (COMPUTING)

[T] to compress (= ​reduce the ​size of) a ​computerfile so that it uses less ​space, and can be more ​easilysent or ​stored: Zip the ​files before you ​email them.
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(Definition of zip from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "zip" - Diccionario Inglés Americano

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zipverb

 us   /zɪp/ (-pp-)

zip verb (FASTEN)

[T] to ​fasten a ​bag, ​clothing, etc. with a zipper : [T] I’ve got so much ​stuff in this ​bag, I can’t zip it ​shut. [M] You have to ​help the ​kids zip ​theircoats up.

zip verb (MOVE FAST)

[I always + adv/prep] to ​travel very ​fast: Messengers on ​bicycles zipped fearlessly through the capital’s ​traffic.

zipnoun [U]

 us   /zɪp/ infml

zip noun [U] (MOVE FAST)

something that ​creates a ​feeling of ​energy or ​excitement: Add ​pepper to give a little zip to the ​sauce.
(Definition of zip from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Significado de "zip" - Diccionario Inglés para los negocios

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zipverb [T]

uk   us   /zɪp/ (-pp-) IT
to ​reduce the ​size of a ​computerfile so that it uses less ​space, and can be more easily ​sent or ​stored: If you zip the ​file, it makes it easier to ​send.
(Definition of zip from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “zip”
en coreano 지퍼…
en árabe سَحّاب…
in Malaysian zip, desingan…
en francés code postal…
en ruso молния (застежка)…
en chino (tradicionál) 扣件, 拉鏈,拉鎖…
en italiano cerniera, chiusura lampo…
en turco fermuar…
en polaco zamek (błyskawiczny)…
en español cremallera, zumbido…
in Vietnamese khóa kéo, tiếng rít…
en portugués zíper…
in Thai ซิป, เสียงหวือ…
en alemán die Postleitzahl…
en catalán cremallera…
en japonés ジッパー, ファスナー…
en chino (simplificado) 扣件, 拉链,拉锁…
in Indonesian ritsleting, desingan…
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