Meaning of “whizz” in the English Dictionary

"whizz" in English

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whizzverb [ I + adv/prep ]

UK US usually whiz, US also wiz uk /wɪz/ us /wɪz/ informal

to move or do something very fast:

A police car whizzed by, on its way to the accident.
We whizzed through the rehearsal, so that we'd be finished by lunchtime.
Time just whizzes past when you're enjoying yourself.

whizznoun

uk /wɪz/ us /wɪz/ UK

(Definition of “whizz” from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"whizz" in Business English

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whizznoun [ C ]

informal US also whiz uk /wɪz/ us

someone who is very good and successful at something:

a whizz at/on/with sth You don't have to be a whizz at computers in this job.

(Definition of “whizz” from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)