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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwhipwhip1 /wÉŠp/ ●●○ verb (whipped, whipping) 🔊 🔊 1 [transitive]HIT to hit someone or something with a whip 🔊 He whipped the horse into a canter.2 [intransitive, transitive always + adverb/preposition]MOVE/CHANGE POSITION to move quickly and violently, or to make something do this 🔊 The wind whipped her hair into her eyes.whip across/around/past etc 🔊 Rain whipped across the window pane.whip something about/around 🔊 The branches were being whipped about in the storm.whip round/around 🔊 He whipped round to face them.3 [transitive always + adverb/preposition]MOVE something OR somebodyREMOVE to move or remove something with a quick sudden movementwhip something off/out/back etc 🔊 Annie whipped off her apron and put it into the drawer. 🔊 He whipped back the sheets.4 [transitive]DFC to mix cream or the clear part of an egg very hard until it becomes stiff → beat, whisk 🔊 Whip the cream until thick.5 [transitive] British English informalSTEAL to steal something → whip through something → whip somebody/something ↔ up→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
whipâ€Ē A bond he could whip and drive.â€Ē Gregson felt the wind whipping around him, felt the chill grow more intense.â€Ē In a separate mixing bowl, whip egg whites until firm but not dry.â€Ē The vice president grabbed Cyrus's long microphone cord and and began whipping it around like a lariat.â€Ē A forty quid software voucher awaits the sender of the best letter - so whip out yer biros and get scribbling!â€Ē Top-ranked Duke whipped the Harvard team, 118-65.whip across/around/past etcâ€Ē Gregson felt the wind whipping around him, felt the chill grow more intense.â€Ē The clouds whip past like a speeding film.â€Ē Below left Ingrid's felt shawls keep out the icy winds that whip across Rackwick Beach, Hoy.â€Ē Wind whipping across sandbar on opposite shore, sand blowing across water.â€Ē You can feel the cold winds whipping across the barren island of Smuttynose as Maren relates her disturbing story.â€Ē A person standing gives a lunge to the wheelchair, and the body whips around the stage.