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Zerg (1)

verb Zero derivation
To completely overwhelm the enemy by vastly outnumbering the enemy as opposed to using any particular strategy. Zerg is generally used only in online references, though it can be used in real life. Zerg has started to become usable in the real world in such context as “Those Harry Potter fans definitely zerged the bookstore on the midnight the 7th book was released.” The term originated from the Zerg race in Starcraft, but has since spread to be applicable to all video games.
 
They completely zerged the 3 of us down with 10 of them. We had no chance no matter how well we played.”
Etymology : Zero derivation from zerg, a fictional alien race from the computer game Starcraft
Source : Conversation with online friend, November 20, 2010
Last modified: 9 December 2010


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