informal To defeat or outdo one soundly or thoroughly. They whipped their opponents in the semifinal game with a crushing 34–3 victory. We put up a good fight in court, but it's time to admit that we've been whipped.
informal Defeated or dominated very soundly. We were getting whipped in the first half of the game, but we somehow rallied and made an impressive comeback in the second. I'm tired of being whipped at chess by my younger brother.
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n. an expensive car. (Streets. Possibly from the power or control this car gives its owner.) Great new whip, right? It’s a Slade, right?
1. mod. exhausted; beat. Wow, you look whipped.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. She was too whipped to find money to pay her bill.
3. mod. great. The band was whipped and the food was unbelievable.
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