Author jydclix in English, 08.23.2018

What figure of speech does this phrase belong to".... Zoomed into and throughout the university..."

Answered by Dalzz

It's a metaphor because you are comparing yourself (or whoever the sentence is talking about) to a camera lens that "zooms"

Answered by grangergirl

It could be a couple different ones... it really depends what "it" is. Like the answer above, it is a metaphor, because you are relating "it" to something that zooms (i.e. a cameral lens). It is also an onomatopoeia, because "zoom" is a sound. Hope this helps!!

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