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

The meaning of "Whistle" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does whistle mean?
A: siffler ou sifflet
Q: What does whistle mean?
A: a sound made by forcing breath between partly closed lips, or between your teeth.
Q: What does whistle mean?
A: Silbato y el verbo silbar.
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Q: What does whistled back past mean?
A: Ran very fast or moved very fast.
From in front of Aunt Lucy, to behind her. (To her back).

Example sentences using "Whistle"

Q: Please show me example sentences with To wet your whistle (Br. slang for having an alcoholic drink)
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A: It is a very old fashioned phrase and would rarely be used by anyone under 60 plus. Come on then, let’s go down the pub and wet our whistles. He wet his whistle to celebrate his divorce. Christmas is a time when we all like to wet our whistles.
Q: Please show me example sentences with whistle.
A: The referee blew the whistle to stop the game.

He was whistling while doing his chores.

Some girls carry a "rape whistle" so they can call for help if they are attacked.
Q: Please show me example sentences with whistle.
A: Examples:
The referee blew the whistle and the game was over.

Stop trying to whistle at her.

I like to whistle quietly when I’m bored.

Synonyms of "Whistle" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between whistle and hiss ?
A: whistle = para atraer atención (positivo)

hiss = para expresar disgusto, asco (negativo)
Q: What is the difference between whistle for and whistle to and whistle on and whistle at ?
A: @englishazerbaijani These are not specific verb phrases -- they all have the expected meanings.

Some possible uses:
for: to attract, as requested by, on behalf of
to: toward, directed at
on: to get the attention of, to encourage speed in
at: directed toward (often used when the action is seen as rude)
Q: What is the difference between whistle for and whistle to and whistle on and whistle at ?
A: He whistled for his dinner, he whistled at the girl, he whistled at the performance.
Q: What is the difference between whistle on and whistle to and whistle at ?
A: the whistle on his neck (whistle is a noun)
he whistled at me (whistle is a verb)
whistle to” isn’t really used.

Translations of "Whistle"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? whistle
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? whistle
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Other questions about "Whistle"

Q: He whistles as his favour music rolls out from the Walkman. Is roll out here a right choice of words, if not whats the alternative does this sound natural?
A: "He whistles as his favourite music plays from the Walkman" sounds more natural.
Q: Please show me how to pronounce whistle .
A: it's like "wisl" or occasionally you'll hear it spoken like "wisw" due to accents.
Q: He was confiscated his whistle. does this sound natural?
A: It would sound more natural if you said “he got his whistle confiscated.” Or “his whistle was confiscated.”
Q: Please show me how to pronounce whistle .
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