verb (used with object), zoned, zon·ing.
verb (used without object), zoned, zon·ing.
Origin of zone
Related formszone·less, adjectivein·ter·zone, nounmis·zone, verb, mis·zoned, mis·zon·ing.un·zone, verb (used with object), un·zoned, un·zon·ing.
Examples from the Web for zone
Other shows have allowed gender and inequality to inspire some episodes: The Twilight Zone, for example.
The original Twilight Zone is renowned for the acting careers it revived or jump started.
On rival CBS, which had been the original home of The Twilight Zone, the long running Murder, She Wrote premiered in 1984.
The Twilight Zone would see another incarnation at the dawn of the 21st century, with Forest Whitaker as host.
The trend led to a resurgence of anthology television, and renewed interest in The Twilight Zone.
From there leads a zone 20 sea miles wide west of 22 degrees 30 minutes eastern longitude into Greek territorial waters.
The people had been driven out from the zone of fire, and had left their possessions to the mercy of the invaders.The Invasion|William Le Queux
Zone of flow, zone of flow and fracture, and zone of fracture.The Elements of Geology|William Harmon Norton
Absolutely our only chance is to control that zone—it's the only thing they haven't got.Skylark Three|Edward Elmer Smith
The vine, which bears greater winter cold, distinguishes the second zone.
British Dictionary definitions for zone
- a mental state that enables a competitor to perform to the best of his or her abilityHingis is in the zone at the moment
- (modifier) of or relating to competitive performance that depends on the mood or state of mind of the participanta zone player