whip through


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whip through something

Fig. to work through something very fast. Do this carefully. Don't just whip through it. She whipped through her homework and went outside to play.
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whip through

v.
1. To move rapidly through something or some place, as of a gust of wind or violent storm: The wind whipped through the canyon.
2. To accomplish or proceed with something swiftly: The students whipped through the easy homework assignment.
3. To read something quickly: I whipped through a magazine while I waited for my appointment.
4. To beat and froth up some liquid thoroughly: You must first whip the batter through before adding the sugar.
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