Definition of “whisk” - English Dictionary

“whisk” in British English

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whiskverb

uk /wɪsk/ us /wɪsk/

whisknoun [ C ]

uk /wɪsk/ us /wɪsk/

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

“whisk” in American English

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whiskverb

us /hwɪsk, wɪsk/

whisk verb (REMOVE)

[ T always + adv/prep ] to take away or remove something or someone quickly:

A limo whisked us off to dinner.
The horse whisked flies from its back with its tail.

whisk verb (BEAT FOOD)

[ T ] to beat eggs, cream, or other liquid with a utensil that adds air to the food, making it light:

Whisk the vanilla into the batter.

whisknoun [ C ]

us /hwɪsk, wɪsk/

whisk noun [ C ] (BEATING FOOD)

a wire kitchen utensil that you use for beating a mixture

(Definition of “whisk” from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)