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Zip It

Zip It

Definition - To stop talking immediately.

There is no dearth of occasions on which one might wish to ask others to be quiet, and so it is useful to have a variety of ways in which to make such a request. 

Zip it is one of the informal ones, a relatively recent (late 20th century) Americanism.

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