There are 2 translations of whisk in Spanish:

whisk1

Pronunciation: /hwɪsk; wɪsk/

vt

  • 1 1.1 [Culin] [eggs/mixture] batir whisk a little cream in agregue un poco de crema batiendo whisk the egg whites (up) bata las claras
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    • In another bowl whisk the cream until light peaks form.
    • For the icing, melt chocolate then stir until smooth and whisk in cream.
    • Meanwhile whisk the eggs, yolks, cheese and cream in a bowl and season with black pepper.
    1.2 (swish) [tail] sacudir, agitar they use their tails to whisk insects away espantan or ahuyentan los insectos sacudiendo la cola, se sacuden los insectos con la cola he whisked the breadcrumbs off the table with his napkin sacudió las migas de la mesa con su servilleta
  • 2 2.1 (convey quickly) (+ adv compl) llevar (rápidamente) she was immediately whisked off to another meeting inmediatamente se la llevaron a otra reunión a toda prisa we were whisked back to the capital in a helicopter nos llevaron de vuelta a la capital en helicóptero 2.2 (take, remove) he whisked away the plates retiró los platos rápidamente she whisked the cloth off the table (de un tirón) quitó el mantel de la mesa
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    • The current whisks us quickly downstream, into country so empty of human artifacts that it seems as if we're the first people on earth: tundra, sky, a distant wisp of cloud.
    • After a little hide and seek with the waiting pressmen, the authorities quickly whisked him into the casualty ward no. 2 at the ground floor through gate 1.
    • But I was quickly whisked through to a private back room, where my new friend Kelly invited me to lie down and relax.

vi

  • (+ adv compl) car after car whisked past los coches pasaban uno tras otro como una exhalación nurses whisked along the corridor las enfermeras corrían por el pasillo

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There are 2 translations of whisk in Spanish:

whisk2

n

  • 1 1.1 [Culin] batidor (m) electric whisk batidora (f) eléctrica, batidor (m) eléctrico
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    • It doesn't take as long a time as you'd think to whip cream with a whisk.
    • Beat egg white with a whisk or handheld mixer in a small bowl until just stiff.
    • Using a hand-held electric whisk, cream together the butter and caster sugar until light and fluffy.
    1.2 (small brush) escobilla (f)
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    • Objects surround the two uniforms: a mop for the cleaner; a fly whisk, medicine containers, and a drum for the nanga.
    • The nazir gave me a giraffe-tail fly whisk when I left.
    • If you're nostalgic for gin slings, parasols and fly whisks, the White House Rose Garden was the place to be last week.
    1.3
    (fly whisk)
    matamoscas (m)

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Word of the day rigor
m
rigor (US), rigour (GB) …
Cultural fact of the day

Santería is a religious cult, fusing African beliefs and Catholicism, which developed among African Yoruba slaves in Cuba. Followers believe both in a single supreme being and also in orishas, deities who each share an identity with a Christian saint and who combine a force of nature with human characteristics. Rituals involve music, dancing, sacrificial offerings, divination, and going into trances.