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whizz

1 verb
     
whizz1 British English ; whiz American English [intransitive]
1 [always + adverb/preposition] informal
a) to move very quickly, often making a sound like something rushing through the air:
An ambulance whizzed past.
I saw a big piece of metal whizzing through the air.
b) to do something very quickly
whizz through
Let's just whizz through it one more time.
2 American English spoken to urinate

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