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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwhipwhip1 /wɪp/ ●●○ 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 stiffbeat, 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
whipA bond he could whip and drive.Gregson felt the wind whipping around him, felt the chill grow more intense.In a separate mixing bowl, whip egg whites until firm but not dry.The vice president grabbed Cyrus's long microphone cord and and began whipping it around like a lariat.A forty quid software voucher awaits the sender of the best letter - so whip out yer biros and get scribbling!Top-ranked Duke whipped the Harvard team, 118-65.whip across/around/past etcGregson felt the wind whipping around him, felt the chill grow more intense.The clouds whip past like a speeding film.Below left Ingrid's felt shawls keep out the icy winds that whip across Rackwick Beach, Hoy.Wind whipping across sandbar on opposite shore, sand blowing across water.You can feel the cold winds whipping across the barren island of Smuttynose as Maren relates her disturbing story.A person standing gives a lunge to the wheelchair, and the body whips around the stage.