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English words starting with zi

Meanings of Zig:

noun

A sharp change of direction in a zigzag course.

Usage examples:

He went round and round in zigs and zags
verb

Make a sharp change of direction.

Usage examples:

We zigged to the right

Meanings of Zigged:

verb

Make a sharp change of direction.

Usage examples:

We zigged to the right
noun

A sharp change of direction in a zigzag course.

Usage examples:

He went round and round in zigs and zags

Zigging

ˈzɪɡ.zæɡ

Meanings of Zigging:

verb

Make a sharp change of direction.

Usage examples:

We zigged to the right
noun

A sharp change of direction in a zigzag course.

Usage examples:

He went round and round in zigs and zags

Ziggurat

ˈzɪɡ.ə.ræt

Meanings of Ziggurat:

noun

(in ancient mesopotamia) a rectangular stepped tower, sometimes surmounted by a temple. ziggurats are first attested in the late 3rd millennium bc and probably inspired the biblical story of the tower of babel (gen. 11:1–9).

Usage examples:

Stepped pyramids known as ziggurats survive from the 3rd millennium bc in mesopotamia.

Zigs

ˈzɪɡ.zæɡ

Meanings of Zigs:

noun

A sharp change of direction in a zigzag course.

Usage examples:

He went round and round in zigs and zags
verb

Make a sharp change of direction.

Usage examples:

We zigged to the right

Zigzag

ˈzɪɡ.zæɡ

Meanings of Zigzag:

noun

A line or course having abrupt alternate right and left turns.

Usage examples:

She traced a zigzag on the metal with her finger
adjective

Having the form of a zigzag; veering alternately to right and left.

Usage examples:

When chased by a predator, some animals take a zigzag course
adverb

So as to move right and left alternately.

Usage examples:

She drives zigzag across the city
verb

Have or move along in a zigzag course.

Usage examples:

The path zigzagged between dry rises in the land

Meanings of Zigzagged:

adjective

Marked with or in the form of a zigzag.

Usage examples:

Colourful zigzagged knitwear
verb

Have or move along in a zigzag course.

Usage examples:

The path zigzagged between dry rises in the land

Past simple and past participle of zigzag

Zigzags

ˈzɪɡ.zæɡ

Meanings of Zigzags:

noun

A line or course having abrupt alternate right and left turns.

Usage examples:

She traced a zigzag on the metal with her finger
verb

Have or move along in a zigzag course.

Usage examples:

The path zigzagged between dry rises in the land
adjective

Having the form of a zigzag; veering alternately to right and left.

Usage examples:

When chased by a predator, some animals take a zigzag course
adverb

So as to move right and left alternately.

Usage examples:

She drives zigzag across the city

Zilch

zɪltʃ

Meanings of Zilch:

pronoun

Nothing.

Usage examples:

They knew absolutely zilch about rock 'n' roll
determiner

Not any; no.

Usage examples:

The character has zilch class
noun

Nothing

Usage examples:

Tom knew zilch about sports.

Meanings of Zill:

noun

A type of cymbal traditionally used in turkish and middle eastern music or dance; especially a small cymbal of a kind usually played in pairs, being attached to the fingers and thumb and struck together to make a sound.

Meanings of Zilla:

noun

An administrative district in india, containing several parganas.

Usage examples:

The zilla parishad

Meanings of Zillion:

cardinal number

An extremely large number of people or things.

Usage examples:

We had zillions of customers
noun

An extremely large number or amount

Usage examples:

There were zillions of people to help you, all the time.

Meanings of Zillionth:

ordinal number

Used to emphasize that something has happened repeatedly many times.

Usage examples:

For the zillionth time, it's not a big deal

Meanings of Zillionths:

ordinal number

Used to emphasize that something has happened repeatedly many times.

Usage examples:

For the zillionth time, it's not a big deal

Meanings of Zimbabwe:

proper noun

A landlocked country in south-eastern africa, divided from zambia by the zambezi river; population 15,600,000 (estimated 2015); languages, english (official), shona, ndebele, and others; capital, harare.

noun

A country in southern africa

Zincite

ˈzɪŋkʌɪt

Meanings of Zincite:

noun

A rare deep red or orange-yellow mineral consisting chiefly of zinc oxide, occurring typically as granular or foliated masses.

Usage examples:

They first analyzed zinc made from zincite and franklinite.

Meanings of Zincke:

noun

An organ reed stop resembling a muted trumpet in tone.

Meanings of Zincky:

adjective

Relating to or containing zinc; resembling or reminiscent of zinc.

Zinco

ˈzɪŋkəʊ

Meanings of Zinco:

noun

An etched letterpress printing plate made of zinc.

Usage examples:

My first experience was as a messenger boy for a firm that made both line and tone zincos - line ar…

Meanings of Zincs:

verb

Coat (iron) with zinc or a zinc compound to prevent rust.

Usage examples:

The metal has to be zinced to prevent oxidation and decay
noun

The chemical element of atomic number 30, a silvery-white metal that is a constituent of brass and is used for coating (galvanizing) iron and steel to protect against corrosion.

Usage examples:

A zinc rich paint coating protects the interior of the pipe.

Zindabad

ˈzɪndɑːˌbɑːd

Meanings of Zindabad:

exclamation

Used to express approval or encouragement.

Usage examples:

‘zindabad!’ the crowd responded

Meanings of Zindiq:

noun

Chiefly with reference to persia or the ottoman empire: an adherent of any of various sects considered to be heretical; a heretic; an irreligious person.

Zine

ziːn

Meanings of Zine:

noun

A small magazine that is produced cheaply by one person or a small group of people, and is about a subject they are interested in

Zineb

ˈzɪnɛb

Meanings of Zineb:

noun

A white compound used as a fungicidal powder on vegetables and fruit.

Usage examples:

A small group of six chemicals (monocrotophos, glyphosate, metamidophos, zineb, benomyl and deltame…

Meanings of Zingana:

noun

The striped wood of any of various african trees, especially from a leguminous tree of the genus microberlinia.

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