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Oxford dictionary definition of the word zip:
1 (also zip fastener) chiefly British a device consisting of two flexible strips of metal or plastic with interlocking projections closed or opened by pulling a slide along them, used to fasten garments, bags, and other items.
[as modifier] denoting something fastened by a zip:
a zip pocket
2 [mass noun] informal energy; vigour:
he’s full of zip
(also zippo) North American informal nothing at all:
you got zip to do with me and my kind, buddy
verb (zips, zipping, zipped)
1 [with object] fasten with a zip:
he zipped up his waterproof
fasten the zip of a garment that (someone) is wearing:
he zipped himself up
2 [no object, with adverbial of direction] informal move at high speed:
swallows zipped back and forth across the lake
[with object and adverbial] cause to move or be delivered or dealt with rapidly:
he zipped a pass out to his receiver
3 Computing compress (a file) so that it takes less space in storage.
mid 19th century: imitative