Phrasal Verb 'Whip'

We have 9 phrasal verb definitions related to 'Whip'.

Whip into

Meaning: Enter rapidly (as for a brief errand)

Example: Ben WHIPPED INTO the convenience store for a bag of crisps.

Whip off

Meaning: Produce, make or create quickly

Example: He WHIPPED OFF two essays in a couple of hours before the deadline.

Whip off

Meaning: Remove quickly

Example: She WHIPPED her hat OFF when she entered the church.

Whip out

Meaning: Remove quickly

Example: The police officer WHIPPED OUT her radio and called for back-up.

Whip out of

Meaning: Exit rapidly

Example: Lola WHIPPED OUT OF a side street without looking and broadsided a police car.

Whip through

Meaning: Do something quickly

Example: She WHIPPED THROUGH the task.

Whip up

Meaning: Make food quickly

Example: We got back late and WHIPPED UP dinner.

Whip up

Meaning: Mix liquid food quickly to make it thick and creamy

Example: I WHIPPED UP the egg whites.

Whip up

Meaning: Make people feel more strongly about something

Example: The boss tried to WHIP UP some support for her new policies.