To cause the death of
To take the life of (a person or persons) unlawfully
She was surprised to feel a strange zap of energy, different than Gabriel's warmth but not unpleasant.
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Guests will feel as if they stepped inside a video game as they are invited to zap Emperor Zurg and his accomplices, able to spin their car around in two directions to shoot and score extra points.
You make use of a special gun to manipulate the environment and zap the little electrifying Elebits which are needed to power our appliances.
polluteafter counting emissions from power plants, ZAP electric vehicles are 90 percent less polluting than gas vehicles.