zone

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Singular
zone

Plural
zones

  1. (countable) A zone is an area that is known for a particular use.
    You are in a no-smoking zone.
    Touchdowns are made in the end zone.
  2. (uncountable, mainly used in sports) When you are in the zone, you are in a time of high performance.

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Plain form
zone

Third-person singular
zones

Past tense
zoned

Past participle
zoned

Present participle
zoning

  1. If you zone something, you divide into it; you give it a particular use.
  2. (real estate) If you zone a property, you determine what the property will be used for.

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