Zoom (verb)

Move quickly and suddenly, especially in an upward direction; to move quickly and smoothly in one direction and then another.

Origin:

First known use: 1914, from the sound of a speeding car.

Examples:

  1. The airplane zoomed across the sky.
  2. He zoomed in on the picture to get a better look.
  3. She zoomed out to see the whole image.
  4. The camera lens can zoom in and out.
  5. He zoomed past me on his bike.
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