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  1. whip

    • IPA[wɪp]

    英式

    • n.
      a strip of leather or length of cord fastened to a handle, used for flogging or beating a person or for urging on an animal.;a blow with a whip or similar implement.
    • v.
      beat (a person or animal) with a whip or similar instrument, especially as a punishment or to urge them on;(of a flexible object or rain or wind) strike or beat violently
    • verb: whip, 3rd person present: whips, gerund or present participle: whipping, past tense: whipped, past participle: whipped

    • noun: whip, plural noun: whips

    • 釋義
    • 片語

    名詞

    • 1. a strip of leather or length of cord fastened to a handle, used for flogging or beating a person or for urging on an animal.
    • a blow with a whip or similar implement.
    • 2. an official of a political party appointed to maintain parliamentary discipline among its members, especially so as to ensure attendance and voting in debates.
    • British a written notice from a whip requesting attendance for voting.
    • British membership of the group of MPs that form the official, elected representation of a particular political party, together with the duties or rights associated with such membership he resigned the Tory whip in protest at mine closures
    • 3. a dessert consisting of cream or eggs beaten into a light fluffy mass with fruit, chocolate, or other ingredients.
    • 4. short for whipper-in
    • 5. a slender, unbranched shoot or plant.
    • 6. North American a scythe for cutting specified crops a grass whip
    • 7. a rope-and-pulley hoisting apparatus.
    • 8. US informal a car I just got new wheels for my whip

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