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whisk
British English: /wɪsk/
American English: /(h)wɪsk/

Translation of whisk in German:

noun

  • 2 (Cooking)
    Schneebesen, der
    (part of mixer)
    Rührbesen, der
  • 3
    (movement)
    wischende Bewegung
    the horse gave a whisk of its tail
    das Pferd schlug mit dem Schwanz

transitive verb

  • 2
    (convey rapidly)
    in Windeseile bringen
    the taxi will whisk you to town in no time
    das Taxi bringt dich im Nu in die Stadt
  • 3
    (flip)
    schlagen mit
    (Schwanz)

intransitive verb

Phrasal verbs

whisk away

transitive verb 1
(flap away)
wegscheuchen
2 (remove suddenly) See examples:whisk something away [from somebody]
[jemandem] etwas [plötzlich] wegreißen
3
(convey rapidly)
in Windeseile wegbringen
whisk somebody away to the station
jemanden in Windeseile zum Bahnhof bringen

whisk off

transitive verb 1 (flap off) whisk away 1 2
(remove suddenly)
[plötzlich] wegreißen
whisk one's coat off
seinen Mantel von sich werfen
whisk off one's hat
rasch den Hut abnehmen
3whisk away 3

whisk up

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