zip through

zip through

v.
1. To accomplish or proceed with something swiftly and energetically: She zipped through college in just three years.
2. To read something quickly and with ease: I zipped through five chapters of Great Expectations in less than an hour.
3. To move rapidly through something: The bird zipped through the air to its nest.
See also: through, zip
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Fast food is about to get faster as several McDonald's restaurants in Southern California have signed a deal with a local transportation authority to allow motorists to zip through the drive-thru line without having to stop and pay for their food.