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Loom vs. Zoom

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  • Loom (noun)

    A utensil; tool; a weapon; an article in general.

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  • Loom (noun)

    A frame or machine of wood or other material, in which a weaver forms cloth out of thread; a machine for interweaving yarn or threads into a fabric, as in knitting or lace making.

  • Loom (noun)

    The part of an oar which is between the grip or handle and the blade, the shaft.

  • Loom (noun)

    loon (bird of order Gaviiformes)

  • Loom (noun)

    A distorted appearance of something as seen indistinctly or from afar.

  • Loom (verb)

    To appear indistinctly, eg. when seen on the horizon or through the murk.

    "The clouds loomed over the mountains."

  • Loom (verb)

    To appear in an exaggerated or threatening form; to be imminent.

  • Loom (verb)

    To rise and to be eminent; to be elevated or ennobled, in a moral sense.

  • Zoom (noun)

    a humming noise from something moving very fast

  • Zoom (noun)

    a quick ascent

  • Zoom (noun)

    a big increase

  • Zoom (noun)

    an augmentation of a view

  • Zoom (noun)

    by varying the focal length of a lens

  • Zoom (verb)

    to move fast with a humming noise

  • Zoom (verb)

    to fly an airplane straight up

  • Zoom (verb)

    to move rapidly

  • Zoom (verb)

    to go up sharply

    "prices zoomed"

  • Zoom (verb)

    to change the focal length of a zoom lens

  • Zoom (verb)

    (used with in or out) to manipulate a display so as to magnify or shrink it

  • Zoom (interjection)

    Representing a humming sound

  • Zoom (interjection)

    Suggesting something moving quickly

  • Zoom (interjection)

    Suggesting a sudden change, especially an improvement or an increase

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  • Loom (noun)

    a textile machine for weaving yarn into a textile

  • Loom (verb)

    come into view indistinctly, often threateningly;

    "Another air plane loomed into the sky"

  • Loom (verb)

    appear very large or occupy a commanding position;

    "The huge sculpture predominates over the fountain"

    "Large shadows loomed on the canyon wall"

  • Loom (verb)

    hang over, as of something threatening, dark, or menacing;

    "The terrible vision brooded over her all day long"

  • Zoom (noun)

    a rapid rise

  • Zoom (noun)

    the act of rising upward into the air

  • Zoom (verb)

    move along very quickly

  • Zoom (verb)

    move with a low humming noise

  • Zoom (verb)

    rise rapidly;

    "the dollar soared against the yes"

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