whisk

Listen:
UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciationshwɪsk/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/hwɪsk, wɪsk/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(hwisk, wisk)


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whisk

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
v
  1. whisk [an egg, eggs, cream, the batter]
  2. whisk the [ingredients, mixture] together
  3. whisk it up with [a, the, some]
  4. whisk it (up) in a bowl
  5. [he, the waiter, the thief] whisked away the change
  6. whisk out a [handkerchief, tissue]
  7. whisk a [handkerchief] out
  8. UK: whisk off [crumbs, spit, drool]
  9. UK: whisk [crumbs] off (the table)
  10. whisked her out of the [room, house, office]
  11. whisked to another [place, dimension, planet]
  12. whisk from [place to place, table to table]
  13. whisked away to [the store, work]
  14. whisk you off your feet
n
  1. [a hand, an electric, a wire, a balloon] whisk
  2. use a whisk
  3. [beat, stir, mix] with a whisk
  4. whip [cream, eggs] with a whisk
  5. [remove, get rid of] the lumps with a whisk
  6. use a whisk to [fold, blend] in the [ingredients, flour]
  7. give the [eggs, sauce, contents] a whisk
n as adj
  1. sweep with a whisk broom
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