A zeugma is a figure of speech, based on sharing.
In language, a zeugma (from Greek meaning yoking or bonding), is a figure of speech in which one word applies twice to different parts of the sentence. For instance, in the sentence, John lost his coat and his temper, the verb lost applies to both the nouns coat and temper. Losing a coat and losing temper are different ideas, which are joint together in sharing the word losing.