zoom up(redirected from zooms up to)
1. To travel upward or up along something very rapidly. The sports car zoomed up the winding mountain road. The rocket's engines ignited, and it zoomed up into the evening sky.
2. To move up to (someone or something) very rapidly and come to a stop directly beside or in front (of them or it). A black SUV zoomed up and carried the three bank robbers off to safety. Tim zoomed up to me on his bike and handed me the letter.
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to drive or pull up to a place. A car zoomed up, and seven kids got out. Let's zoom up to the door and see if she's home.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
in. to drive or pull up to a place. A car zoomed up, and seven kids got out.
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