Not all zoom lenses have close-up (mistermed as macro) facilities. Macro is correctly an enlargement ratio of 1:1 or greater, whereas most zoom lenses offer 1:3 to 1:5 ratios.
Autofocus mounts are proprietary in nature so you can't just drop a Canon lens on a Nikon body for example, though in some cases an adaptor can be purchased the loss of functionality makes it uneconomical in most cases.
Some of the manual focus lenses for older cameras such as the Tamron Adptall-II range were a 'universal' lens mount system where you could change the bayonet mount to suit the camera brand and mount you would be attaching the lens to.
er..... simply... neighter ... you can't drop a nikon to a canon or a canon to nikon. For that matter, you can't just drop a leica to a minolta, minolta to cannon, cannon to nikon... watever...unless you get an adaptor. But that's quite out of the point, as you lose a lot of functions...