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whiz also: whizz
American English: /(h)wɪz/
British English: /wɪz/

Translation of whiz in Spanish:

intransitive verb -zz- (+ adverb complement)

  • to whiz by (bullet)
    pasar zumbando or silbando
    pasar zumbando or como una bala or un bólido
    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 plural whizzes

  • 2 (person) [colloquial]to be a whiz at something
    ser un hacha or un as en algo

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