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Verb
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zones, plural;
  1. Divide into or assign to zones, in particular

  2. Divide (a town or stretch of land) into areas subject to particular planning restrictions
    • - an experimental system of zoning
  3. Designate (a specific area) for use or development in such a manner
    • - the land is zoned for housing
  4. Encircle as or with a band or stripe

Noun
  1. An area or stretch of land having a particular characteristic, purpose, or use, or subject to particular restrictions
    • - a pedestrian zone
    • - the government has declared the city a disaster zone
    • - a no-smoking zone
  2. A well-defined region extending around the earth between definite limits, esp. between two parallels of latitude
    • - a zone of easterly winds
  3. A range of longitudes where a common standard time is used

  4. In basketball, football, and hockey, a specific area of the court, field, or rink, esp. one to be defended by a particular player, or the mode of defensive play using this system

  5. A specific region or area within which uniform rates are charged for transportation, parcel post delivery, or other service

  6. Formerly, any of the numbered areas into which a large city or metropolitan area was divided for facilitating mail delivery

  7. An encircling band or stripe of distinctive color, texture, or character

  8. A belt or girdle worn around a person's body

  9. An area between two exact or approximate concentric circles

  10. A part of the surface of a sphere enclosed between two parallel planes, or of a cone or cylinder, etc., between such planes cutting it perpendicularly to the axis

  11. A range between specified limits of depth, height, etc., esp. a section of strata distinguished by characteristic fossils


  1. a locally circumscribed place characterized by some distinctive features
  2. regulate housing in; of certain areas of towns
  3. any of the regions of the surface of the Earth loosely divided according to latitude or longitude
  4. partition: separate or apportion into sections; "partition a room off"
  5. an area or region distinguished from adjacent parts by a distinctive feature or characteristic
  6. (anatomy) any encircling or beltlike structure
  7. ZONE was an all-female pop rock band started in Sapporo, Japan in 1999. Though it initially started as a dance group, they turned to an all female band. ZONE has been categorized in a new genre called "bandol" (a portmanteau of the words and idol). ...
  8. Zone (pronunciation: TSO-neh or ZO-neh) is a comune in the province of Brescia, in Lombardy.
  9. Zone (Ζώνη) was an ancient Greek city located in Thrace , located in the region between the river Nestos to the river Hebros.
  10. The Fender Zone is a fretted electric bass, introduced in 2001.
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  12. The Zone is the flagship weekday afternoon programming block on the Canadian television channel YTV. It airs between 3:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. ET in Canada. ...
  13. Each of the five regions of the earth's surface into which it was divided by climatic differences, namely the torrid zone (between the tropics), two temperate zones (between the tropics and the polar circles), and two frigid zones (within the polar circles); Any given region or area of the ...
  14. (Zone S) (Dema, Kalanga, Manyika, Ndau, Nambya, Shona, Zezuru, Tawara, Tewe, Chopi, Tonga-Inhambane, Ronga Tsonga, Tonga, Tswa, Venda, Swati (Swazi), Xhosa, Zulu, Zimbabwe Ndebele, North Transvaal Ndebele, South Transvaal Ndebele, Northern Sotho, Southern Sotho, Birwa, Kgalagadi, Lozi, Tswana, ...
  15. (Zones) The country is divided up into 4 major zones: Eastern – Southern – Central – Western. At the end of the long course season (in August) the Zone Administration sponsors a championship age group meet.
  16. (Zones) In general, you can think of zones in relation to a thermometer. The lower the temperature, the lower the zone. Plant Hardiness Zones are assigned to most areas. ...
  17. (Zones) are used to distinguish different areas of a property. They can help to locate where a break in has occurred which is useful in large properties.
  18. (Zones) Subsets of a utility's overall territory based on geographical grouping of Nodes.
  19. (Zones) areas with similar functions or purposes such as work zones, private zones and public zones
  20. (ZONES) Imaginary lines which run from the head to the toes and divide the body into ten (10) sections.
  21. (ZONES) The identified portions of an office area served by the HVAC system that have separate thermostatic and temperature controls.
  22. (ZONES) the different thinking points the coach is engaged in while his team loses terribly and he/she realizes they are stuck with this team for the next 23 games.
  23. (Zones) A series of damper blades that can open or close. These zones allow an individual to control where the airflow is directed.
  24. (Zones) A sub-division of the different devices in an alarm system devices. e.g. Front door, Back door, bedroom mtion etc.
  25. (Zones) Areas of your home are separated in to zones to simplify the alarm reporting process. Motion detection may be zone 1, where front door sensors are zone 2, etc…