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zip

1. noun Nothing; zero. A: "Did any payments come through today?" B: "Zip. I don't know how we're going to pay our rent." I knew I did horribly on that test, but I can't believe I actually scored zip.
2. noun Energy; vitality; vigor. The self-help book promises to put some zip back into your marriage. Come on, put a little zip in your step!
3. noun Speed. Wow, for such a tiny car, it's got a lot of zip!
4. verb To move with great speed. He zipped past me before I could ask him about our paychecks. I just need to zip to the bank and deposit this check.

zipped

mod. drug intoxicated. (Drugs.) The kid is too zipped to talk.
See also: zip
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There will be a large difference in recall between normal and zipped speed when there is no previous exposure.
If recognition causes the retrieval of previously learned information, zipped commercials have a potential positive effect on attitudes.
If zipping does not alter the pattern of results, then the persuasion effects of zipped commercials should be similar to those of normal-speed commercials.
On the second day, half of the subjects saw Zipped commercials and the other half saw Normal Speed commercials.
The prerecorded zipped commercials were actually part of the tape.
Previous normal-speed exposure greatly enhanced brand-name recall for subsequently zipped commercials.
First, zipped commercials have a potential influence on beliefs about the product.
However, in the Zipping condition we measured attribute beliefs for products in commercials which had been zipped on the second day and those which had not been zipped (seen only on the first day).
Previous normal-speed exposure significantly improved brand-name recall of zipped commercials.