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whiz

also whizz  (wĭz, hwĭz)
v. whizzed, whiz·zing, whiz·zes
v.intr.
1. To make a whirring or hissing sound, as of an object speeding through air.
2. To move or do something quickly: whizzed past on a ten-speed bike; whizzed through her exams.
3. To pass quickly: The days whizzed by.
4. Vulgar Slang To urinate.
v.tr.
1. To throw or spin rapidly: The pitcher whizzed the ball to first.
2. To mix or spin (ingredients), as in a blender.
n. pl. whiz·zes
1. A whirring or hissing sound, as of an object speeding through air.
2. also wiz Informal A person considered exceptionally gifted or skilled: a whiz at all sorts of games.
Idiom:
take a whiz Vulgar Slang
To urinate.

[Imitative. N., sense 2, from shortening and alteration of wizard.]

whizz

(wɪz) or

whiz

vb, whizzes, whizzing or whizzed
1. to make or cause to make a loud humming or buzzing sound
2. to move or cause to move with such a sound
3. (intr) informal to move or go rapidly
n
4. a loud humming or buzzing sound
5. informal a person who is extremely skilful at some activity
6. (Recreational Drugs) a slang word for amphetamine
7. take a whizz informal US to urinate
[C16: of imitative origin]

whizz


Past participle: whizzed
Gerund: whizzing

Imperative
whizz
whizz
Present
I whizz
you whizz
he/she/it whizzes
we whizz
you whizz
they whizz
Preterite
I whizzed
you whizzed
he/she/it whizzed
we whizzed
you whizzed
they whizzed
Present Continuous
I am whizzing
you are whizzing
he/she/it is whizzing
we are whizzing
you are whizzing
they are whizzing
Present Perfect
I have whizzed
you have whizzed
he/she/it has whizzed
we have whizzed
you have whizzed
they have whizzed
Past Continuous
I was whizzing
you were whizzing
he/she/it was whizzing
we were whizzing
you were whizzing
they were whizzing
Past Perfect
I had whizzed
you had whizzed
he/she/it had whizzed
we had whizzed
you had whizzed
they had whizzed
Future
I will whizz
you will whizz
he/she/it will whizz
we will whizz
you will whizz
they will whizz
Future Perfect
I will have whizzed
you will have whizzed
he/she/it will have whizzed
we will have whizzed
you will have whizzed
they will have whizzed
Future Continuous
I will be whizzing
you will be whizzing
he/she/it will be whizzing
we will be whizzing
you will be whizzing
they will be whizzing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been whizzing
you have been whizzing
he/she/it has been whizzing
we have been whizzing
you have been whizzing
they have been whizzing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been whizzing
you will have been whizzing
he/she/it will have been whizzing
we will have been whizzing
you will have been whizzing
they will have been whizzing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been whizzing
you had been whizzing
he/she/it had been whizzing
we had been whizzing
you had been whizzing
they had been whizzing
Conditional
I would whizz
you would whizz
he/she/it would whizz
we would whizz
you would whizz
they would whizz
Past Conditional
I would have whizzed
you would have whizzed
he/she/it would have whizzed
we would have whizzed
you would have whizzed
they would have whizzed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.whizz - someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any fieldwhizz - someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
expert - a person with special knowledge or ability who performs skillfully
track star - a star runner
Verb1.whizz - make a soft swishing sound; "the motor whirred"; "the car engine purred"
sound, go - make a certain noise or sound; "She went `Mmmmm'"; "The gun went `bang'"
2.whizz - move along very quicklywhizz - move along very quickly    
hurry, travel rapidly, zip, speed - move very fast; "The runner zipped past us at breakneck speed"

whizz

(Informal)
verb
1. speed, race, career, hurtle, bomb, tear, rush, flash, belt (slang), zoom A car whizzed past.
noun
1. expert, professional, master, pro (informal), specialist, ace (informal), buff (informal), wizard, virtuoso, hotshot (informal), past master, dab hand (Brit. informal), wonk (informal) Simon's a whizz at card tricks.

whiz

also whizz
verb
1. To make a continuous low-pitched droning sound:
2. To make a sharp sibilant sound:
noun
1. A continuous low-pitched droning sound:
2. Informal. A person with a high degree of knowledge or skill in a particular field:
Slang: crackerjack.
Chiefly British: dab.
Translations
يَئِزُّ، يَنْطَلِقُ كالأزيز
hvislesuse
zúgva repül
hvissa, hvína, òjóta
aizsvilptdžinkstētsvilpt
vınlamakvızlamak

whizz

hwɪz] vi
to whizz along → filer à toute vitesse
to whizz past → passer à toute vitesse
Stewart felt a bottle whizz past his head → Stewart sentit une bouteille siffler à ses oreilles.whizz kid whizz-kid hwɪzkɪd] npetit prodige m

whizz

n (sl)
(Brit Drugs) → Speed nt
to got for (Brit) or take a whizz (= urinate)strullern (sl), → pissen gehen (vulg)

whizz

(wiz) verb
to fly through the air with a hissing sound. The arrow whizzed past his shoulder.
References in classic literature ?
If I thought so,'' said Gurth ``if I could but think so but no I saw the javelin was well aimed I heard it whizz through the air with all the wrathful malevolence of him who cast it, and it quivered after it had pitched in the ground, as if with regret for having missed its mark.
Presently he saw Mowgli's head move against the stars, and then there was a whizz in the air, the keen, clean schloop of a body falling feet first, and next minute the boy was at rest again in the loop of Kaa's body.
An Eagle was soaring through the air when suddenly it heard the whizz of an Arrow, and felt itself wounded to death.
But it was hardest of all when evening came and Aunt Peace was asleep, Aunt Plenty seeing a gossip in the parlor, Dolly established in the porch to enjoy the show, and nothing left for the little maid to do but sit alone in her balcony and watch the gay rockets whizz up from island, hill, and city, while bands played and boats laden with happy people went to and fro in the fitful light.
I threw my head back to a glint- ing whizz that traversed the pilot-house, in at one shutter- hole and out at the other.
Those two pieces combined with Whizz RF engineering, ME and systems integration expertise created the Helio.
LIFEGUARD Whizz stands 6ft tall, weighs 12 stone and counts David Hasselhoff among his friends - but he's not some Baywatch wannabe.
Add the butter, sugar, flour and almonds and whizz to combine.
Santha Fernandez, a former university lecturer in Australia, and now a Director of Fern & Dez Pty Ltd has, in collaboration with technology partners TechAhead, created an amazing application called Whizz-on-add, or Whizz for short, that provides a fun and visual experience of learning the principle of Digital Root.
The no-nonsense pair attend the Teesside branch of Whizz Kidz, based in Hartlepool, where they got involved in a campaign against rogue drivers parking in disabled bays.
That was only a second chase start, and win, and his trainer is unsure whether he has enough experience to defeat Punchestown festival winner Dr Whizz.
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