An idiom is a phrase or expression that typically presents a figurative, non-literal meaning attached to the phrase; but some phrases become figurative idioms while retaining the literal meaning of the phrase.
Here are the list of idioms starting with Z.
Idioms Starting with Z
1. Zero hour
Meaning: The time when something important is to begin is zero hour.
2. Zero tolerance
Meaning: If the police have a zero tolerance policy, they will not overlook any crime, no matter how small or trivial.
3. Zigged before you zagged
Meaning: If you did things in the wrong order, you zigged before you zagged.
4. Zip it
Meaning: This is used to tell someone to be quiet.
5. Zip your lip
Meaning: If someone tells you to zip your lip, they want to to shut up or keep quiet about something. (‘Zip it’ is also used.)
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