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Idiom of the week – Zoom in on something

Posted by englishlessons on October 7, 2013

Definition:

focus on/ examine more closely

Examples:

We wanted to zoom in on a subset of people, for example, residents in a certain zip code.

He zoomed in on the key information for his department in the report, the cost of the new plan.

Picture it:

Picture a photographer using a zoom lens to get a close-up of something/someone

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