[ zˈɪps ˈʌp], [ zˈɪps ˈʌp], [ z_ˈɪ_p_s ˈʌ_p]
Related words: zip, zip file, zip archives, zip folder, unzip, zip format, unzipping, zipping up
Synonyms for Zips up:
v.• batten down the hatches
How to use "Zips up" in context?
Putting clothes back together is often a manual task. But with a zipper, it becomes quick, easy, and efficient. A zipper is made up of two panels that slide along each other to create a closure. Zippers come in a variety of sizes and styles for wearing clothes, from high-end designer zippers to budget-friendly, common zippers.
Debuting in the early 1800s, zippers came in a variety of styles and sizes. For example, the earliest type of zipper was the "bucket zip." It was a large and bulky zipper that was used mostly for heavy fabrics.
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