Famous brand names used as verbs
Hoover: Tell anyone you're going to hoover and they'll immediately figure you have a vacuum cleaner at hand.
Google: To "Google" is to search for something on Google, the world's most popular search engine.
Zoom: If you're going to Zoom, you're going to engage in videoconferencing.
YouTube: To YouTube is to watch videos or listen to music, sometimes for hours, on YouTube.
Photoshop: To photoshop something is to edit or manipulate a graphic or an image.
Xerox: To Xerox something is very often the default way of saying to photocopy something.
FedEx: If a package has to be shipped overnight, you'll probably need to FedEx it.
Uber: In the German language, Über is a word meaning over above or across.
Skype: To Skype is to make a video call, message someone, or transfer a file.
Netflix: When you "Netflix and chill," you're crashing out on the sofa and streaming a movie or television series. Perhaps accompanied.