Adjective "zoned" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/zəʊnd/

Definitions and examples

adjective

Divided into zones, in particular (of land) designated for a particular type of use or development.
  1. 'Commercial prices fell further and, according to one survey, zoned commercial land values dropped by 50 per cent.'
  2. 'The homes will be located on a 12.6-acre site on newly residentially zoned land close to the town.'
  3. 'There is no public sewage scheme and no zoned development lands around the village.'
  4. 'This is partly because planning delays have left developers waiting for up to 24 months for planning permission on zoned land.'
  5. 'The land was the last major undeveloped zoned industrial site on the Cork Road inside the city boundary and attracted very considerable interest.'
  6. 'The agent states zoned land with planning permission is at present valued in the region of €700,000 an acre.'
  7. 'The draft Newbridge plan has zoned land for 3000 houses over the next six years.'
  8. 'He stated that following acceptance by the government, a new law will be promulgated to allow the zoned areas of Pattaya to remain open until 4 a.m.'
  9. '‘We electrify zoned plots that have applied for electrification,’ he emphasised.'
  10. 'This is determined by the interaction of the current demand for land at the particular zoned location by the permitted industry, and the supply of the land at that particular location.'
Marked with circles or bands of colour.
  1. 'When cut, these showed beautiful maroon-red zoned patterns.'
  2. 'Brandberg has been producing thousands of gemmy, zoned amethyst crystals, and a new area was found in the Erongo Mountains for schorl, aquamarine, and topaz.'
Under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
  1. 'a zoned-out hippie'
  2. 'Maybe when she got dressed she was too zoned to notice that she grabbed her dress from the Juniors rack.'

Definitions

1. any continuous area that differs in some respect, or is distinguished for some purpose, from adjoining areas, or within which certain distinctive circumstances exist or are established: The decisions were formulated in a zone of uncertainty. The temperature lies outside the danger zone.

2. Geography. any of five great divisions of the earth's surface, bounded by lines parallel to the equator and named according to the prevailing temperature.Compare North Frigid Zone, North Tempe

More examples(as adjective)

"lands can be zoned for uses."

"uses can be zoned in times."

"uses can be zoned in spaces."

"uses can be zoned in boths."

"sites can be zoned for developments."

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Origin

(zone)