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zero in on sb/sth

(zeroes, zeroing, zeroed) phrasal verb with zero
 
 
/ˈzɪərəʊ/ verb
to direct all your attention towards a particular person or thing: We must decide on our target market and zero in on it. Social media allows you to zero in on consumers who'll be receptive to your messages.
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