1. To move above (someone or something) very quickly, promptly, or hastily. The wind howled as it whipped over our heads. We watched the tiny biplane whip over the tops of the trees.
2. To move or travel over (to some place) very quickly, promptly, or hastily. I whipped over to the post office as soon as I had the money together to send it to the landlord. The school nurse whipped over as soon as she heard a child had fallen off the play structure.
3. To send, transport, or deliver something (to someone else) very quickly, promptly, or hastily. A noun or pronoun can be used between "whip" and "over." They said they could whip the documents over to you in the morning. I'll whip over a new contract for you to review.
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whip something over (to someone)
Fig. to send or give something to someone with great speed. I will whip this letter over to Mr. Franklin right away. Sam whipped the package over to Alice immediately.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.