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zip

noun /zip/
(also zipper) a zip fastener
cremallera
Make sure you do up the zip of your jacket – it’s freezing outside!
a whizzing sound
zumbido
They heard the zip of a flying bullet.
zip fastener noun ( usually zip, or zipper) a device for fastening clothes etc, in which two rows of metal or nylon teeth are made to fit each other when a sliding tab is pulled along them.
cremallera
Translations of “zip”
in Korean 지퍼…
in Arabic سَحّاب…
in French fermeture éclair, sifflement…
in Italian cerniera, chiusura lampo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 扣件, 拉鏈,拉鎖…
in Russian молния (застежка)…
in Turkish fermuar…
in Polish zamek (błyskawiczny)…
in Portuguese zíper…
in German der Reißverschluß, das Schwirren…
in Catalan cremallera…
in Japanese ジッパー, ファスナー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 扣件, 拉链,拉锁…
(Definition of zip from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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