- n. 鞭子；鞭打；鞭状物
- v. 抽打；彻底打败
- vt. & vi. 鞭打; 抽打 strike with a whip; beat or flog
- vt. & vi. 搅拌 beat (eggs, cream, etc.) with a fork or other utensil to mix thoroughly or to make stiff
- vt. & vi. 突然拿走 take, move suddenly
an instrument with a handle and a flexible lash that is used for whipping
a legislator appointed by the party to enforce discipline
a dessert made of sugar and stiffly beaten egg whites or cream and usually flavored with fruit
(golf) the flexibility of the shaft of a golf club
a quick blow delivered with a whip or whiplike object;
"the whip raised a red welt"
beat severely with a whip or rod;
"The teacher often flogged the students"
"The children were severely trounced"
"He mopped up the floor with his opponents"
thrash about flexibly in the manner of a whiplash;
"The tall grass whipped in the wind"
strike as if by whipping;
"The curtain whipped her face"
whip with or as if with a wire whisk;
"whisk the eggs"
subject to harsh criticism;
"The Senator blistered the administration in his speech on Friday"
"the professor scaled the students"
"your invectives scorched the community"
- The whip swished through the air.
- He cracked his whip and the horses began to trot.
- The cruel master beat his slaves with a whip.
- He was given 30 lashes of the whip.
- The colt used to whip seamen had disappeared on the ship.
- Their team really whipped ours at volleyball.
- The branch whipped back and hit me in the face.
- He whipped the horse to make it go faster.
- Who's whipped my umbrella?
- She is whipping the eggs.
- The culprit will be whipped when he is found.
- whip away (v.+adv.)
急忙带走 take sb away quickly
He whipped away to Chongqing.
他突然去了重庆。whip sth ⇔ away
He can whip the tablecloth away while leaving all the dishes still standing on the table.
She whipped her hand away, unwilling to let him touch it.
她急速地把手抽开,不愿让他碰。whip sb ⇔ away
Why did you whip me away when I was just beginning to enjoy the party?
- whip in (v.+adv.)
用鞭或其他类似之物驱赶 drive together into a group with or as with a whip
That was a dangerous thing to do, whipping in like that just as the train doors were closing.
She opened the door and the cat whipped in.
她打开门,那只猫一闪而入。whip sth ⇔ in
His job in the hunt is to whip the dogs in when they scatter.
The huntsman was whipping in his pack of hounds.
- whip into (v.+prep.)
激励 urge sb into a state, usually with words
whip sth into sth
Whip the ingredients into a smooth paste.
把配料搅拌成均匀的糊状。whip sb into sth
The speaker soon whipped the crowd into a fever of excitement.
The star was whipped into a fast car and driven off.
- whip into shape (v.+prep.+n.)
为某种目的而使之具备合格条件 make sb/sth reach a fit condition for a purpose
whip sb/sth into shape
With a lot of training, we might be able to whip the team into shape in time for next year's games.
With some more practice, we'll soon whip this piece of music into shape ready for the concert.
- whip off (v.+adv.)
迅速带走 take sb away quickly
When I turned round,I found that she had whipped off to avoid awkward question.
当我转回身时,我发现她为了逃避一些令人棘手的问题已匆匆离去。whip sth ⇔ off
He whipped off his coat.
Seeing that he was in the presence of ladies, he whipped off his hat.
The storm just whipped the roof off during the night!
昨晚的暴风雨一下子把房顶掀掉了。whip sb ⇔ off
She whipped the child off to the doctor before I had time to look at him.
- whip on (v.+adv.)
策(马)向前 urge (a horse) to move forward, with or as with a whip
whip sth ⇔ on
Whipping his horse on, he reached the finishing post just ahead of the other riders.
- whip out (v.+adv.)
迅速出示 produce sth suddenly
Just then the door opened and the cat whipped out, with the dog chasing it.
恰在此时门开了,那只猫窜了出来,狗在后面紧追不舍。whip sth ⇔ out
But then the robber whipped out a gun, and everyone stopped moving.
The intruder whipped out a knife from his pocket.
He has a way of whipping out a reply just when you least expect it.
- whip over (v.+prep.)
快速穿过某地 travel very fast across an area
whip over sth
The train simply whips over the country.
- whip round (v.+adv.)
在团体成员中募捐 collect money from each of a group of people, often to help a fellow memberAll the girls in the office whipped round to give Mary a wedding present.办公室里所有的姑娘们都出了一点钱为玛丽买结婚礼品。
- whip through (v.+adv.)
迅速结束 finish work quickly
whip sth ⇔ through
If I whip through the work this afternoon,I'll be able to go home early.
- whip up (v.+adv.)
匆匆做(饭等) prepare (a meal, etc.)
whip sb/sth ⇔ up
The storm whipped up powerful waves.
They're trying to whip up support for their candidate.
The people were whipped up into a frenzy by the speaker.
人们听了演说人的话群情激奋。whip sb sth ⇔ up
I can easily whip you up some scrambled eggs.
- whip brutally 残忍地鞭打
- whip deservedly 罪有应得的鞭笞惩罚
- whip remorselessly 悔恨地鞭笞
- whip savagely 野蛮地鞭打
- whip unmercifully 无情地鞭打
- whip viciously 凶恶地鞭打
- whip away 突然〔猛地〕移开; 急忙带走
- whip back 突然弹回
- whip in 迅速进入或离开; 用鞭或其他类似之物驱赶; 召集
- whip off 迅速离开; 突然拿去(遮盖物); 迅速带走
- whip on 策(马)向前
- whip into 迅速搅拌成; 激励
Fanatics, who had..smarted under the satirical whips of the Dramatists.出自： Disraeli
He whipped out of sight in a moment.出自： R. L. Stevenson
He made himself promise not to..whip through the pages.出自： R. Ingalls
I whipped round and pressed the light switch beside the door.出自： M. Roberts
- whip, lash
- ☆ 13世纪中期进入英语，直接源自中古荷兰语的wippen，意为鞭打。