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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwhiskwhisk1 /wɪsk/ ●○○ verb [transitive]  1 DFCto mix liquid, eggs etc very quickly so that air is mixed in, using a fork or a whisksee thesaurus at mix2 [always + adverb/preposition] to take someone or something quickly away from a placewhisk somebody/something away/off The waitress whisked our coffee cups away before we’d had a chance to finish.→ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
whiskAs the sounds of cooking became louder, the musicians gradually intervened, imitating the rhythm of a whisk beating a sauce.Strain liquid again, return to pot, and whisk in cornstarch mixture, 1 teaspoon at a time.Hers was a brave effort for one who had to be whisked off to hospital on Tuesday after a painful accident.After their release, they were whisked off to hospitals for evaluation.The president and first lady are whisked out of the room and back to White House.He whisked the butter and eggs together, wondering if this was the right way to make an omelette.Whisk the eggs and sugar in a bowl over a pan of hot water.To make vinaigrette, in a small bowl, whisk together vinegar, mustard, and basil.When the jelly is almost set, stir in the fromage frais and whisk until light and fluffy.We whisk you away to visit two beautiful gardens, both completely different in their scope and character.