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Translation of "whip" - English-Spanish dictionary

whip

noun /wip/
a long cord or strip of leather attached to a handle, used for punishing people, driving horses etc látigo He carries a whip, but he would never use it on the horse. in parliament, a member chosen by his party to make sure that no one fails to vote on important questions. oficial disciplinario de partido whiplash noun (the action of) the lash or cord of a whip. latigazo, trallazo (medical) a neck injury caused by a sudden movement of the head traumatismo cervical He escaped the car crash with whiplash and a few bruises. whipped cream noun liquid cream that has become thick by whipping it with a whisk nata montada Serve the dessert with whipped cream. whip up phrasal verb to whip batir I’m whipping up eggs for the dessert. to produce or prepare quickly preparar en un momento, improvisar I’ll whip up a meal in no time.
(Definition of whip from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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