Traducción de zip en español:
- 1 uncountable (vigor) [colloquial]Oraciones de ejemplo
- Even in the scrappy draw with Everton last Monday, there were signs that it has given them a bit of their old zip, and they will approach this afternoon in good spirits.
- Want to add some crunch to your salad, some zing to your pasta, some zip to your dip?
- The zip she detects in Tokyo is missing in London and/or Paris and/or New York, she is saying.
- 3 countable (fastener) (British English) → zipperOraciones de ejemplo
- Miss Stephenson was wearing black baggy knee-length combat trousers covered in zips and chains, and knee-length stripy socks with white Adidas trainers.
- Today, however, I set out for the walk and the zip stayed open as I pulled it up.
- Yes, belts, buckles and zips are high fashion for us men this winter.
transitive verb -pp-
- 1(pocket/bag)she zipped herself into her dresscerrar la cremallera or (in Latin America also) el cierre or (in Central America, Cuba, Mexico, Venezuela also) el zíper dese puso el vestido y se subió la cremallera ( or el cierre etc)Oraciones de ejemplo
- Liz stood at the door in gray sweatpants and a black jacket that was zipped up.
- However they imagined this end, I cannot help but seeing an image of a body bag being zipped up.
- I pulled out three dollars and zipped my purse.
- 2 (Computing)(file)Oraciones de ejemplo
- The standard way around this is to zip the executable files before sending them.
- The Trojan arrives in an e-mail with an attachment that is zipped and contains an executable.
- Like the smaller test, we'll be zipping the images into one zip file, then testing again with all the files separate.
intransitive verb -pp-
- 1 (with zipper) Ver ejemplos: the suitcase zips open/shutthe hood zips onla maleta se abre/cierra con cremallera ( or cierre etc)la capucha se pone con cremallera ( or cierre etc)
- 2 (move fast) [colloquial]the morning zipped bywe zipped through the workla mañana (se) pasó volando [colloquial]to zip past(nos) despachamos el trabajo en un santiamén [colloquial]pasar volando or como una flecha [colloquial](bullet)we zipped alongpasar silbandoI'll just zip out and post this letteríbamos a toda mecha or a todo trapo [colloquial]salgo volando a echar esta carta [colloquial]Oraciones de ejemplo
Oraciones de ejemplo
- Brooks, a war correspondent, has obviously done her homework, and her first novel zips along entertainingly, filled with incident and detail.
- The magnesium catches fire and zips around on the surface of the water.
- I literally feel life zip by me while I stand rooted.
- First, Ginobili drove the lane and drew Duncan's defender, zipping a pass to Duncan all alone on the baseline for a 19-footer.
- Carr zipped a perfect pass to a wide-open Johnson, who dropped the easy catch that would have given Houston another third down conversion.
- Against the Kings, Yao zipped a no-look scoop pass across the court to PG Steve Francis.
- (American English) [colloquial]Oraciones de ejemplo
- That will mean that anyone earning under $38,000 gets zero, zippo, and members of Parliament get at least $100 a week extra.
- And you don't have to sacrifice zip for cleaner air.
- I checked in on concerned daughter, again zippo.
Verbos con partícula
- 1verb + object + adverb, verb + adverb + object
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