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whisk British & World English

Take or move (someone or something) somewhere suddenly and quickly

whisk broom British & World English

A small, stiff, short-handled broom used especially to brush clothing

balloon whisk British & World English

A hand whisk made of loops of wire

fly whisk in whisk British & World English

A bunch of grass, twigs, or bristles for removing dust or flies

whisk English Thesaurus

the cable car will whisk you to the top of the mountain

whisk English-Spanish


electric whisk English-Spanish

batidora, batidor

whisk a little cream in in whisk English-Spanish

agregue un poco de crema batiendo

beat/whisk until smooth and creamy in smooth English-Spanish

batir hasta que esté cremoso y sin grumos

they use their tails to whisk insects away in whisk English-Spanish

espantan, se sacuden los insectos con la cola