ZIP code

  1. Noun.  (chiefly, US) A postal code, especially for addresses served by the US Postal Service, consisting of a five- or nine-figure number.
  2. Noun.  (US) A region within which all addresses share a certain five-digit postal code.
  3. Noun.  (chiefly, US) A postal code, especially for addresses served by the US Postal Service, consisting of a five- or nine-figure number.

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