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  1. whizz

    • IPA[wɪz]

    英式

    • v.
      move quickly through the air with a whistling or buzzing sound;move or go quickly
    • n.
      a whistling or buzzing sound made by something moving fast through the air.;a fast movement or brief tour
    • verb: whizz, 3rd person present: whizzes, gerund or present participle: whizzing, past tense: whizzed, past participle: whizzed

    • noun: whizz, plural noun: whizzes

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞

    動詞

    • 1. move quickly through the air with a whistling or buzzing sound the missiles whizzed past
    • move or go quickly cobbled streets where people whizzed back and forth on bicycles the weeks whizzed by
    • do or deal with quickly Audrey would whizz through a few chores in the shop
    • blend (ingredients) in a food processor or liquidizer whizz the mixture to a smooth paste
    • 2. informal urinate.

    名詞

    • 1. a whistling or buzzing sound made by something moving fast through the air.
    • informal a fast movement or brief tour a quick whizz around the research-and-development facility
    • 2. informal a person who is extremely clever at something a computer whizz
    • 3. North American informal an act of urinating.
    • 4. British informal amphetamines.
    • n.
      a young person who is outstandingly skilful or successful at something: a computer whizz-kid

    Oxford Dictionary