Need another word that means the same as “zoom”? Find 46 synonyms and 30 related words for “zoom” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Zoom” are: soar, soar up, soar upwards, surge, whizz, whizz along, zoom along, race, hurry, speed, dash, bolt, dart, sprint, run, rush, hasten, hurtle, career, streak, shoot, go like lightning, go hell for leather, spank along, bowl along, rattle along, whirl, whoosh, buzz, swoop, flash, blast, charge, stampede, gallop, sweep, hare, fly, wing, scurry, scud, scutter, scramble, rapid climb, rapid growth
Zoom as a Noun
Definitions of "Zoom" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “zoom” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A rapid rise.
- The act of rising upward into the air.
- A camera shot that changes smoothly from a long shot to a close-up or vice versa.
Synonyms of "Zoom" as a noun (3 Words)
|rapid climb||A part of a river where the current is very fast.|
|rapid growth||A part of a river where the current is very fast.|
|soar||The act of rising upward into the air.|
Zoom as a Verb
Definitions of "Zoom" as a verb
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “zoom” as a verb can have the following definitions:
- Enlarge or decrease the size of part of an electronic image on a screen.
- Cause (a lens or camera) to zoom in or out.
- Rise rapidly.
- Move with a low humming noise.
- (of a camera or user) change smoothly from a long shot to a close-up or vice versa.
- Move or travel very quickly.
- (of a figure or level) rise sharply.
- Move along very quickly.
Synonyms of "Zoom" as a verb (43 Words)
|blast||Kick or strike (a ball) hard.|
Fierce techno riffs blasted out from the sound system.
|bolt||Make or roll into bolts.|
All the doors were locked and bolted.
|bowl along||Hurl a cricket ball from one end of the pitch towards the batsman at the other end.|
|buzz||Signal to someone with a buzzer.|
Mosquitoes were buzzing all around us.
|career||Move swiftly and in an uncontrolled way.|
The coach careered across the road and went through a hedge.
|charge||Energize a battery by passing a current through it in the direction opposite to discharge.|
The speaker charged up the crowd with his inflammatory remarks.
|dart||Move along rapidly and lightly skim or dart.|
She darted across the street.
|dash||Run or travel somewhere in a great hurry.|
A gust of rain dashed against the bricks.
|flash||Run or move very quickly or hastily.|
Lightning flashed overhead.
|fly||Cause to fly or float.|
Fly into a rage.
|gallop||Make a horse gallop.|
Did you gallop the horse just now.
|go hell for leather||Progress by being changed.|
|go like lightning||Continue to live through hardship or adversity.|
|hare||Run quickly like a hare.|
He hared off between the trees.
|hasten||Cause (something, especially something undesirable) to happen sooner than it otherwise would.|
We hastened back to Paris.
|hurry||Act or move at high speed.|
Hurry up and finish your meal.
|hurtle||Make a thrusting forward movement.|
A runaway car hurtled towards them.
|race||Prepare and enter an animal or vehicle for races.|
Next year he raced again for the team.
|rattle along||Shake and cause to make a rattling noise.|
|run||Run as a sport or for exercise.|
Run a process.
|rush||Cause to move fast or to rush or race.|
I rushed outside and hailed a taxi.
|scramble||Cook (eggs) by beating them with a little liquid and then cooking and stirring them gently.|
The Hurricanes were scrambled again this time meeting Italian fighters.
|scud||Run or move very quickly or hastily.|
Three small ships were scudding before a brisk breeze.
|scurry||(of a person or small animal) move hurriedly with short quick steps.|
Pedestrians scurried for cover.
|scutter||(especially of a small animal) move hurriedly with short steps.|
A little dog scuttered up from the cabin.
|shoot||Of a bud or shoot appear sprout.|
The troops were ordered to shoot to kill.
|soar||Fly by means of a hang glider.|
When she heard his voice her spirits soared.
|soar up||Go or move upward.|
|soar upwards||Rise rapidly.|
|spank along||Give a spanking to; subject to a spanking.|
|speed||Of a motorist travel at a speed that is greater than the legal limit.|
The car that crashed was speeding.
|sprint||Run at full speed over a short distance.|
I saw Charlie sprinting through the traffic towards me.
|stampede||Run away in a stampede.|
Thunderbolts can stampede animals.
|streak||Cover a surface with streaks.|
The plane streaked across the sky.
|surge||Rise and move, as in waves or billows.|
The journalists surged forward.
|sweep||Sweep across or over.|
They were trying to get the Lewis gun up behind some trees from where they would sweep the trench.
|swoop||Move with a sweep or in a swooping arc.|
She swooped up the hen in her arms.
|whirl||Move or cause to move rapidly.|
A kaleidoscope of images whirled through her brain.
|whizz||Move quickly through the air with a whistling or buzzing sound.|
Whizz the mixture to a smooth paste.
|whizz along||Make a soft swishing sound.|
|whoosh||Move with a whooshing sound.|
Oil whooshed up when the drill hit the well.
|wing||Travel on wings or by aircraft fly.|
A little preparation puts you ahead of the job seekers who try to wing it.
|zoom along||Move with a low humming noise.|
Usage Examples of "Zoom" as a verb
- He jumped into his car and zoomed off.
- We watched the fly zooming around.
- We can zoom out to view the entire slide.
- Viewers can zoom in on any part of the image they want to see better.
- During filming it is possible to zoom.
- Zoom out for a wide view of the garden again.
- The value of these stocks is zooming.
- The camera zoomed in for a close-up of his face.
- You can enlarge a region of the screen by zooming in.
- The share index zoomed by about 136 points.
- Bikes zoomed past.
- TV ratings will zoom.
Associations of "Zoom" (30 Words)
|accelerate||Cause to move faster.|
The key question is whether stress accelerates ageing.
|ascent||The act of changing location in an upward direction.|
The ascent grew steeper.
|augmentation||The lengthening of the time values of notes in a melodic part.|
The augmentation of the curriculum with new subjects.
|climb||A mountain hill or slope that is climbed.|
The track climbed steeply up a narrow twisting valley.
|climber||An iron spike attached to the shoe to prevent slipping on ice when walking or climbing.|
Climbers trained up fences and trellises.
|climbing||The sport or activity of climbing mountains or cliffs.|
His other great interest was climbing especially in the Alps.
|elevate||(of a priest) hold up (a consecrated host or chalice) for adoration.|
He was elevated to Secretary of State.
The disturbance escalated into a full scale riot.
|fast||(of a film) needing only a short exposure.|
Set a fast pace.
|increase||A change resulting in an increase.|
We are aiming to increase awareness of social issues.
|ladder||With reference to tights or stockings develop or cause to develop a ladder.|
One of Sally s stockings developed a ladder.
|mounting||The action of mounting something.|
The mounting of rapid fire guns.
|precipitate||A precipitated solid substance in suspension or after settling or filtering.|
Cell proteins were then precipitated and washed in 10 trichloroacetic acid.
|proliferate||Increase rapidly in number; multiply.|
Pizza parlors proliferate in this area.
|promote||Of an additive act as a promoter of a catalyst.|
I got promoted after many years of hard work.
|raise||Raise from a lower to a higher position.|
Raise a mutiny.
|rise||The property possessed by a slope or surface that rises.|
Christ is risen.
|shin||The inner and thicker of the two bones of the human leg between the knee and ankle.|
He shinned up a tree.
|soar||The act of rising upward into the air.|
The gulls soared on the summery winds.
|spate||A large number or amount or extent.|
A spate of attacks on holidaymakers.
|stepladder||A folding portable ladder hinged at the top.|
|surge||Rise or move forward.|
The boats surged.
|up||Lift something up.|
Dot didn t hear Mrs Parvis come creeping up behind her.
|upgrade||Raise (an employee) to a higher grade or rank.|
Check that the upgrade is installed and performing correctly.
|upsurge||A sudden forceful flow.|
An upsurge of emotion.
|volant||(of an animal) able to fly or glide.|
A falcon volant.
|whizz||A whistling or buzzing sound made by something moving fast through the air.|
Cobbled streets where people whizzed back and forth on bicycles.
|winged||Having wings or as if having wings of a specified kind.|
The winged feet of Mercury.