zoom
Pronunciation Noun

zoom (plural zooms)

  1. a humming noise from something moving very fast
  2. a quick ascent
  3. a big increase
  4. an augmentation of a view
    1. by varying the focal length of a lens
    2. by scale its digital representation
Translations Translations Translations Translations Verb

zoom (zooms, present participle zooming; past and past participle zoomed)

  1. to move fast with a humming noise
  2. to fly an airplane straight up
  3. to move rapidly
  4. to go up sharply
    prices zoomed
  5. to change the focal length of a zoom lens
  6. (used with in or out) to manipulate a display so as to magnify or shrink it
  7. Alternative letter-case form of Zoom#English|Zoom
Translations Translations Translations Translations Translations
  • German: zoomen
  • Italian: zoomare
  • Portuguese: dar zoom
  • Spanish: hacer zoom
Interjection
  1. Representing a humming sound
  2. Suggesting something moving quickly
  3. Suggesting a sudden change, especially an improvement or an increase

Zoom
Verb

zoom (zooms, present participle zooming; past and past participle zoomed)

  1. (ambitransitive) To communicate with someone using the Zoom (software) videoconferencing software.
Proper noun
  1. (trademark) Videoconferencing software by Zoom Video Communications.



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