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HOME > ENGLISH PHRASAL VERBS > Phrasal verbs starting with Z

English phrasal verbs for EOL students







Phrasal Verbs: Z

Zero in on:
To focus on. To pinpoint. ex. "The authorities zeroed in the fugitive's location."

Zip around:
To move around. ex. "Peter zipped around town after school."

Zone in on (something/someone):
To focus (on something); To start paying attention (to something). ex. "The owl zoned in on the squirrel."

Zone out:
To stop paying attention. To space out. ex. "He zoned out during the lecture."

Zoom in:
To view at a closer range (usually with a camera lense, etc.). ex. "Try to zoom in so we can get a better look."


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