ZAP

[satellite television] ZAP is a digital satellite television provider mainly for Portuguese speaking countries in sub-Saharan Africa. ZAP launched in Angola in 2010, providing a subscription based TV service covering the sub-Saharan countries to south of Angola. ZAP operates from the Eutelsat W7 satellite, placed over Africa at 36,0 degrees...
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Zap

[action] A zap is a form of political direct action that came into use in the 1970s in the United States. Popularized by the early gay liberation group Gay Activists Alliance, a zap was a raucous public demonstration designed to embarrass a public figure or celebrity while calling the attention of both gays and straights to issues of LGBT r...
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zap

[v] - strike suddenly and with force 2. [v] - kill with a burst of gunfire or electric current or as if by shooting
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ZAP

Series of blast-type anti-personnel mines [RH]
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zap

noun a sudden event that imparts energy or excitement, usually with a dramatic impact; `they gave it another zap of radiation`
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Zap

Zap is slang for to move quickly, to attack, kill, or destroy with a sudden bombardment.
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Zap

ZAP is an abbreviation for Zone Acquisition Processor
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ZAP

Acronym for the Association, founded in 1991 "Zinfandel Advocates & Producers." It consists of nearly 6,000 Advocates (advocates) and more than 310 producers in the U.S. and internationally in many countries. The aim is to make the unique position of the grape Zinfandel to appreciate the history of American wine and wine culture and promo...
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Zap

Debuting in 1994, and invented and produced by Mavic, Zap was the first mass-produced electronic rear derailleur shifting system. Microprocessor-controlled and powered by a small 6-volt battery, Zap was for 7- and 8-speed drivetrains. Though still seen on some vintage bicycles, it's been discontinued by Mavic.
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