verb (used with object), zincked or zinced [zingkt] /zɪŋkt/, zinck·ing or zinc·ing [zing-king] /ˈzɪŋ kɪŋ/.
Origin of zinc
Related formszinck·y, zinc·y, zink·y, adjectivezinc·oid, adjective
Examples from the Web for zinc
The more than 50,000 who reside in West Point live mostly in shacks made of zinc with rusted tin roofs.
But the coolest part may have been what was placed inside a zinc case in the cornerstone.
And many are packed with nutrients like zinc, iron, and calcium.Forget the Starbucks Backlash—We Should Be Eating More Bugs|Daniel Stone|April 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
“What we made was zinc and aluminum die castings,” he told me last Friday in Lima, Ohio.
Plus, the beef delivers an extra dose of zinc, which protects against weakening of the immune system.
Around the magnets are cases of zinc, so perfect that they exclude all light from without.
Ointments of boracic acid, zinc, or iodoform are likewise useful when introduced through the nostril.
The largest stationery engine in the world is at the zinc mines at Friedenville, Pa.One Thousand Secrets of Wise and Rich Men Revealed|C. A. Bogardus
It gives the characteristic reaction for zinc with Co(NO3)2.The Elements of Blowpipe Analysis|Frederick Hutton Getman
One might also insert a strip of zinc after the cutting in of the letters and cut the length at once.Practical Bookbinding|Paul Adam