- A good verbal shot or insult, or retort to a stupid remark
I really zinged him when he said that!
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Zing — may refer to: * Zing (punctuation) * Zing Technologies, a company that makes collaborative team learning and meeting systems * Zing (Broadband), a wireless internet provider based in Detroit, MI * Z39.50 International Next Generation, a standard… … Wikipedia
zing — |zing Mot Agut Nom masculí … Diccionari Català-Català
Zing — is the thing that makes something even better than what it was before the zing was added. Zing is what spice is to a meatball it just makes it that little bit better … Dictionary of american slang
zing|y — «ZIHNG ee», adjective, zing|i|er, zing|i|est. Slang. full of vitality; lively; zesty … Useful english dictionary
zing — /zing/, n. 1. vitality, animation, or zest. 2. a quality or characteristic that excites the interest, enthusiasm, etc.: a tourist town with lots of zing. 3. a sharp singing or whining noise, as of a bullet passing through the air. v.i. 4. to move … Universalium
ZING — Technologies, Inc. (Business » NASDAQ Symbols) * Zing Is Not Gnu (Computing » Software) * Z International Next Generation (Computing » General) … Abbreviations dictionary
zing — interj. (var.) Zâng. Trimis de tavi, 07.03.2009. Sursa: DER … Dicționar Român
zing — (n.) 1911, high pitched sound, 1918, of echoic origin. Slang meaning energy, zest is attested from 1918 … Etymology dictionary
zing — [n] liveliness brio, dash, drive, élan, energy, enthusiasm, get up and go*, go, gusto, life, oomph*, pep, pizzazz, punch, sparkle, spirit, verve, vigor, vim, vitality, zest, zip; concepts 411,633 … New thesaurus
zing — informal ► NOUN ▪ energy, enthusiasm, or liveliness. ► VERB 1) move swiftly. 2) N. Amer. criticize sharply. DERIVATIVES zingy adjective. ORIGIN imitative … English terms dictionary
zing — [ziŋ] n. [echoic] Slang 1. a shrill, high pitched sound, as of something moving at high speed 2. a lively, zestful quality; zest, vigor, animation, force, vitality, etc. vi. Slang to make a shrill, high pitched sound vt. Slang 1. to strike or… … English World dictionary