Translation of whiz in Spanish:
intransitive verb/verbo intransitivo (-zz- (+ adverb complement/+ adverbio predicativo))
- to whiz by [bullet] pasar zumbando or silbando [car] pasar zumbando or como una bala or un bólido [arrow] pasar zumbando or rehilando I whizzed down the hill on my bike bajé la colina en bicicleta como un bólido or como una bala time whizzed by el tiempo pasó volando I whizzed through my homework hice los deberes zumbando or volando or a toda velocidad
noun/nombre (plural whizzes)
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