zoom past

zoom past someone or something

to run or move past someone or something very rapidly. The runners zoomed past the spectators. Our train zoomed past town after town.
See also: past, zoom
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Sometimes you can hear their wings as they zoom past menacingly in search of prey.
Winn was spotted by a police officer, who was parked off Whitehills Way, Chester-le-Street, County Durham, zoom past.
While driving at 100 kmph (the legal speed limit on highways), I saw a car zoom past me - easily at a speed of above 140 kmph.
Scientists have confirmed that the asteroid, which has been named 2003 DZ15, will zoom past Earth at a distance of 3.
AN asteroid around three times the size of the Titantic is due to zoom past Earth.
Melbourne, Feb 16 ( ANI ): In a chilling coincidence, a meteor exploded above Russia's Ural Mountains just hours before a 45-metre asteroid was due to zoom past Earth.
Wagon stands are functioning alongside the roads and after every-minute wagon zoom past posing life risk to us, said a group of students while standing on one side of road waiting to cross the road at Banni Chowk.
Though I would never buy a scooter, if I were to win one I wouldn't give up the option to zoom past the crowd every weekend
My neighbours and I have fought a long battle with the council and the police to slow down the Formula One-style racers who zoom past our homes.
Unless you've devised an ingenious way to signal where we should dodge as you zoom past us, stay on the road.
They would zoom past underwater, but never come close on the surface.
Something that always makes me feel very 'English' is wandering around shops like Harrods and Liberty in London -and watching the red buses and black cabs zoom past.
Expect him to get back on the front foot on a track he loves today and zoom past his playing partners.
We'd zoom past the local bullies anrd squirt them, and by the time they realised who'd soaked them we'd be long gone.
The young quad riders normally zoom past residential estates at high speeds, without due consideration for safety.