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 zoned
Instead, they simply send them to the public school their children are zoned to without exploring other options.The Issue Bringing Ted Cruz and Black Democrats Together|Keli Goff|January 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The government then zoned all land within the Siyag as exclusively for industrial, military or Jewish agricultural purposes.
I know Cleve, somewhat, so the first time I saw Emile in the movie, I zoned in on him immediately.
This acrid fungus (Lactarius torminosus) is somewhat similar in shape and size, and is also zoned.Mushroom Culture|W. Robinson
Zonata, zoned; referring to the concentric zones on the cap which show faintly in Figure 81.The Mushroom, Edible and Otherwise|M. E. Hard
He waited until the whole valley was zoned with a glittering girdle, but no light glimmered out through his native trees.Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1905 to 1906|Lucy Maud Montgomery
I could hear he lov'd Some fair immortal, and that his embrace Had zoned her through the night.Endymion|John Keats
Her robe was blue and glimmering like the waves, decked with water flowers and zoned with crystals.ZigZag Journeys in Northern Lands;|Hezekiah Butterworth
British Dictionary definitions for zoned
- 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