Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Whip"

The meaning of "Whip" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does whip (usually students say it) mean?
A: It is a slang word used to refer to a lot of different things. A whip is a dance move but it is also a slang word for a car.
Q: What does whip up rage/emotions mean?
A: Whip up means to excite or stir up.

Whip up emotions kind of means to bring emotions to the surface.
Q: What does "stack" and "whip" in 331 mean?
A: @g_fuxi: Stacked is a metaphor. It refers to when you stack cards in a certain order to cheat in a card game. It implies the person cheated. I'm not 100% sure about 'whipped' in this context, but I imagine it means that the majority he won.
Q: What does whip me over/work me over?
do they have the same meaning? mean?
A: they mean the same thing.
usually used when you've been taken advantage of.
Q: What does We "whip" past Jason and Jess's place. mean?
A: to move quickly, a more common phrase would be "We sprint past jason and Jess's place"

Example sentences using "Whip"

Q: Please show me example sentences with whip up.
A: Let me just whip up some food for us while we talk.

I can whip up a meal in no time.

She was trying to whip up some enthusiasm.

The music really whipped up the crowd.
Q: Please show me example sentences with whip up .
Whip up a batch of cookies.
Whip up a paragraph for my essay.
It’s like saying ‘to make’.
Q: Please show me example sentences with whip something out.
A: 꺼내다~~ Thank you so much! It’s easy to understand! I really appreciate it😊😊
Q: Please show me example sentences with whip something up.
A: At work someone might ask

“Can you to whip something up real quick?”

It means they want you to just have something ready even if it isn’t the best. As long as it’s quick.

You could also say to someone

“Yeah let me just whip something up”

It could be a drawing to show something.
It can also be a drink or food if you have guests over.

“Are you guys hungry? Let me whip something up”

It is a basic expression. It can be used in a lot of different examples but it always means the same basic thing.

Synonyms of "Whip" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between whip and lash ?
A: Whip is used more often than lash as a verb, ‘to whip’, and it is also the more common name for a whip/lash itself.

Lash is used more often as a noun to count as ‘lashes’ and is more situational. Lashes would mean a number of strikes with a whip, as you wouldn’t hear the whip called a ‘lash’ very often in modern speech.

‘He whipped him harshly.’
‘He was whipped for 30 minutes.’
‘I whipped my hair back and forth’
‘The whip was made of leather and was 10 feet long’

‘I sentence you to 15 lashes.’
‘He took 10 lashes at the stocks.’
‘He was lashed to the chair.’ (This means TIED to the chair with rope or strips of leather or fabric)
Q: What is the difference between whip and whisk ?
A: whip is used to hit people(torture)
whisk is used in cooking (to beat eggs etc)
Q: What is the difference between whip the horse and lash the horse ?
A: Lash is the action of using a whip or something similar which could inflict the same sort of injury.

Translations of "Whip"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? チョコレートシェイクにもwhipped creamをつけますか?
I would say:
Do you want whipped cream on your shake?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? ホイップクリームは要りますか?

“Would you like whip cream on the top?
“What about whip cream?”
( how about or what about)

Does this sound ok? When I want to ask the customer about whip cream.
A: The 1st sentence is ok.

How about (some) whip cream on the top?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? whipped
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? cool as cool whip
A: It means to be suave or smooth.
Cool Whip is a brand of frozen dessert topping.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? whip

Other questions about "Whip"

Q: Can “to whip someone” mean “to scold someone”?

Thank you!
A: The closest to "whip" would probably be to "give someone a tongue-lashing" when angrily scolding, but you might not hear it used too often.
Q: What does "whip" Mean here please?
A: I'm not sure. "To whip" is slang both for steering and for stealing something that has been left unattended. "Whip" is more often used as a noun in rap to mean a nice car.
Q: what does "whip up votes" mean?

I think whip up means to do something quickly, but I can't grasp the meaning of "whip up votes"
please help me.
A: I imagine this is like saying "stir up the vote", as in changing people's minds on who to vote for. When someone "stirs something up", they're disturbing its current state to cause some sort of disorder and change. Obama probably meant that politicians use "the issue" to make people worried or angry and, therefore, change their vote.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce whip.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Please describe "whip back the drapes on (something)". Is it an action uncovering something by removing a cloth on it???
A: It probably is a phrase that means to reveal something that was once hidden

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