- v.用拉链拉上或扣上( zip的过去式和过去分词 ); （使沿某方向）快速移动;
I slowly zipped and locked the heavy black nylon bags.
She zipped her jeans.
He zipped up his jeans.
My craft zipped across the bay.
Time zipped by and the year was soon over.
He zipped the bag open.
She zipped through her homework, and then went to a movie.
I zipped through all of the books in a couple of days.
She's just zipped into town to buy some food.
The cars zipped by endlessly.
She zipped her bag open.
I zipped up my coat before going to school.
The Toyota zipped along so pleasantly that we decided to buy it.
Files can be zipped and unzipped right - click context menu.
His flying jacket can be zipped up at the front.