ZEUGMA (from the Greek word "ζεύγμα", meaning "yoke") is a figure of speech in which one word applies to two others in different senses of that word, and in some cases only logically applies to one of the other two words. Dictionaries differ on the exact definition of zeugma, some not including the lack of logical application to one word (eg Oxford), and others insisting on it (eg Hutchinson's Dictionary of Difficult Words). Still others waver (eg Merriam-Webster's).
A distinction that is sometimes made, is between Semantic and Syntactic zeugma.
Semantic zeugma consists in attaching to the primary word two different complements of different senses, one concrete and the other abstract. The classic example of this is:
He carried a strobe light and the responsibility for the lives of his men.
Tim O'Brien, The Things They Carried
Syntactic zeugma is when the primary word merely applies in a different sense to the secondary words.
You held your breath and the door for me
Alanis Morissette, Head Over Feet
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