whip off


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whip off

1. To remove something (from someone, something, or oneself) in a very rushed or disorderly fashion. A noun or pronoun can be used between "whip" and "off." We all whipped off our shirts and shorts and dove into the sparkling lake. She whipped the tablecloth off the table so fast that all the champagne glasses balanced in a pyramid remained standing.
2. To produce or create something very rapidly or hastily. A noun or pronoun can be used between "whip" and "off." I whipped a message off to my mother about next weekend, but she hasn't gotten back to me yet. He's been whipping off new books so quickly that, unless you're a diehard fan of the series, it can be hard to keep up.
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whip something off

 
1. Inf. to do or create something quickly. If you need another receipt, I can whip one off in a jiffy. She whipped off another set of earrings for the tourist.
2. Inf. to remove something, such as an item of clothing, quickly. He whipped the coat off and dived into the water. I whipped off my cap.
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whip off

v.
1. To snatch, pull, or remove something in a sudden manner: The worker whipped off his cap. The storm whipped the shingles off.
2. To snatch, pull, or remove something from something in a sudden manner: The storm whipped the roof off the house.
3. To make or produce something quickly: The guitarist whipped off a chord. I whipped the letter to the editor off in 10 minutes.
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whip off

verb
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whip something off

tv. to finish something quickly, especially food or drink. Did you just whip that whole pizza off?
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Officers said the girls would hang out around ritzy bars and restaurants, pick up well-heeled guys, and once in the dudes' cars, whip off their blouses and invite the guys to "have a taste."
She might whip off a series of entrechat sixes and huits, or perhaps a series of double step-up turns (piques en dehors), often called, as a pet name by the English, "lame ducks." Carmelita would execute them at an incredible velocity without the lameness--never coming off pointe.
As the moment in the show's finale approaches--where the guys whip off their G-strings--there's a sensation of rising panic and excitement that's anarchic, borderline orgasmic, and quite thrilling to behold.
In the same way, Cassini will "grab hold" of Venus and Earth until it gains enough momentum (speed) to whip off into space in a new trajectory (path) toward Saturn.
The 23-year-old singer was left bemused at her appalling luck, having discovered the only man on Earth who wouldn't want her to whip off her clothes in his back garden.
So when temperatures rise you can whip off that t-shirt and cool down in your camisole.
And while manager Sir Alex Ferguson has cracked the whip off the pitch, insisting on the eve of the season that reputations would count for nothing, Keane is doing so on it.
only her "policeman" didn't whip off his clothes and smear baby oil over his six-pack.
Viewers saw him whip off his kilt to reveal his skintight wrestling outfit in a bid to impress 30 female contestants.
It's a sad problem and one that's on the rise faster than a bun in the oven due to media and celeb pressure to shed the pounds faster than the women could whip off their hospital gowns.
Men turn in Second, perched on half-toe, then snap to hack attitude, balance, whip off a double pirouette, then leap with splayed limbs.
And if you're still lying next week we might whip off the duvet.
Landlords Tim and Sam Stone from the Cedar Inn in Aberdour, Fife, persuaded 12 brave souls to whip off their kit for the shoot.
ON the mock Tudors there's a head count to rival Big Brother as Jonathan Rhys Meyers's ripe young Henry VIII crops his court at the neck as fast as he can whip off his doublet and hose for the ladies who are caught in action more often that they are in waiting.
Well, if it's Liberty X you whip off your tops and flash your bras.