(As a noun)
Zigzag ( noun )
A pattern of sharp turns in alternating directions.
The word "zigzag" originated in the early 16th century, it comes from the german word "zickzack" which means "zigzag" or "zigzag line".
- The river flowed in a zigzag pattern.
- The road wound in a zigzag pattern up the mountain.
- The quilt had a zigzag pattern.
- The lightning bolt had a zigzag shape.
- The child drew a zigzag line on the paper.
(As a verb)
Zigzag ( verb )
To move or progress in a zigzag pattern.
The verb form of "zigzag" originated in the early 16th century, it comes from the noun form of "zigzag".
- The river zigzags through the valley.
- The car zigzagged through the busy city streets.
- The snake zigzagged across the desert.
- The plane zigzagged to avoid the storm.
- He zigzagged his way through the crowd.
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