1. To move or travel through (something or some place) very rapidly or hastily. The kid zoomed through the hallways on his skateboard. You don't have to make sure every inch of the house is clean—just zoom through and make sure it's relatively tidy. Sorry I didn't reach out to you. I was zooming through Minneapolis on my way to Wisconsin, so I didn't have time to stop.
2. To complete or make progress through (some task or activity) very quickly or hastily. I zoomed through the book when I was in high school, so I don't really remember anything that happens in it. We need to be sure there aren't any errors in the manuscript, so please don't just zoom through when you are proofreading it.
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1. . to pass through a town or some other location very fast. Don't just zoom through these little towns. Stop and explore one or two. We didn't stop. We just zoomed through.
2. . to work one's way through something very rapidly. She zoomed through the reading assignment and went on to something else. Jeff can open a book and zoom through in record time.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.