- 1whisk something to mix liquids, eggs, etc. into a stiff light mass, using a fork or special tool synonym beat Whisk the egg whites until stiff. Lightly whisk the eggs and then add them to the mixture. Whisk all the ingredients together.
- 2whisk somebody/something + adv./prep. to take somebody/something somewhere very quickly and suddenly Jamie whisked her off to Paris for the weekend. The waiter whisked away the plates before we had finished. Word Origin late Middle English: of Scandinavian origin.
BrE BrE//wɪsk//; NAmE NAmE//wɪsk//Verb Forms present simple I / you / we / they whisk
BrE BrE//wɪsk//; NAmE NAmE//wɪsk//he / she / it whisks
BrE BrE//wɪsks//; NAmE NAmE//wɪsks//past simple whisked
BrE BrE//wɪskt//; NAmE NAmE//wɪskt//past participle whisked
BrE BrE//wɪskt//; NAmE NAmE//wɪskt//-ing form whisking
BrE BrE//ˈwɪskɪŋ//; NAmE NAmE//ˈwɪskɪŋ//