Details: to zero in on (someone or something) 1. (idiomatic) To aim precisely at a target ? The pilot zeroed in on the bunker and launched a guided missile. 2. To successfully narrow down a search ? We have zeroed in on the source of the problem. ? See if you can zero in on the caller. 3. To concentrate or focus one's attention on at task ? One member of the c
Details: to zip up 1. To close with a zip fastener. ? Always check if you've zipped up your fly before you go out. 2. (idiomatic, transitive or intransitive) To close as if with a zip fastener. ? I'll zip up my lip. ? I'll zip up. 3. To convert a computer file into a smaller package.
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