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01. Cars were [zooming] along the highway, and I couldn't get across.
02. The [zoom] on my camera isn't very good, so I can't take pictures of things very close up.
03. Our sales have [zoomed] since we began advertising on the Internet.
04. [Zoom] went the bicycles as the cyclists raced by.
05. The kite [zoomed] across the sky as the wind caught it.
06. There were mosquitoes [zooming] around the hotel room all night, and I couldn't sleep.
07. The price of housing in this city has really [zoomed] the last couple of years.
08. He jumped on his motorcycle and [zoomed] off.
09. You should use the [zoom] on the camera to get a close-up picture of the kids.
10. He just bought a 5.0 megapixel digital camera with a 10x [zoom].
11. Just as I got to the bottom of the stairs, the subway [zoomed] out of the station.
12. The camera has a 10 times [zoom] for close-ups.
13. Planes were [zooming] overhead as we approached the airport.
14. He always [zooms] up to the corner and then slams on his brakes at the last minute.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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  • zoom — [zo͞om] vi. [echoic] 1. to make a loud, low pitched, buzzing or humming sound 2. to move with a zooming sound 3. to climb in an airplane suddenly and sharply at an angle greater than normal, using the energy of momentum 4. to rise rapidly [prices …   English World dictionary

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