Adjective "Zipped" Definition and Examples


    Adjective:

    Zipped


    Definition:

    1. a sudden, brief hissing sound, as of a bullet.

    2. Informal. energy; vim; vigor. verb (used without object), zipped, zipping.

    3. to move with a zipping sound.

    4. Informal. to act or move with speed or energy: I'll just zip upstairs. verb (used with object), zipped, zipping. Informal.

    5. to convey with speed and energy: I'll zip you downtown on my motorcycle.

    6. to add vitality or zest to (usually followed by up): A little garlic zips up a salad.

    Origin:
    zip

    Examples:

    "pockets can be zipped."

    "flies can be zipped."

    "people can be zipped."

    "tops can be zipped."

    "talents can be zipped."

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