Whisk around - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
whisk (one) around
1. To physically move one around some place very quickly or frenetically. I don't really feel like we had a proper dance—he just whisked me around the room all evening.
2. To guide or direct one around some place very quickly or frenetically. It was a terrible tour—they whisked us around various parts the city so fast that I can barely even remember them. The boss whisked me around the office building so I could see the layout before showing me where I would be working.
whisk someone around
to move someone around rapidly from place to place. I didn't get much chance to see the city. They just whisked me around. We whisked around the visitor from place to place.
References in periodicals archive
I MISS dancing with (Strictly Come Dancing professional) Ian (Waite), any excuse to whisk around
the floor with him at a do, I'm in.
Some people whisk around
each neighborhood charming people, moving quickly and producing sales like crazy.
A third piece is Interlace itself, a three-sided video installation showing a "woollen room" ( which is to say, you stand amid the screens and watch magnified lengths of wool whisk around
Why not have taxi bikes on site to whisk around
lazy holidaymakers like me?
magazine whisk around
his Virgin empire in the most shameless piece of self publicity since Martin Bashir discovered the word 'I'.
Jumps only, Flat and jumps, and predominantly all-weather-the wide variety of British racing could hardly have been better illustrated than on a whisk around
the lower half of the country last Friday and Saturday.