We have no meanings for "zoomed out" in our records yet.
As the camera zoomed out, people wearing lab coats could be seen.
As soon as I opened my eyes, it zoomed out the cave entrance.
Then my focus zoomed out and I sucked in my breath.
A jitney stopped for them, and then zoomed out across the field toward the ship.
I zoomed out to bring him into the picture.
The map zoomed out to reveal the entire Forge.
The viewer had zoomed out, showing the entire settlement.
The viewer zoomed out, showing the planet in full.
Pete had zoomed out his camera to show both men, her grandfather's face in profile.
A woman's face zoomed out of the crowd.
I quickly zoomed out to include Trump.
The shot zoomed out a second later, whizzing by his head close enough to warm his face.
So now you're seeing the whole story but then there's a zoomed out view of the whole issue.
If you zoomed out far enough, it looked like seismic activity in the ideological crust of British politics.
Something zoomed out of a cloud.
The camera zoomed out to show eight more cyclists, all in helmets, windbreakers, and knee-length black spandex shorts.
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Zoomed out across language varieties