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whisk away

1. To brush or sweep something off of the surface of someone or something else. A noun or pronoun can be used between "whisk" and "away." My wife whisked the cat hair off my shoulder before I left for my interview. Let me just whisk off these hair clippings before you sit down, sir.
2. To remove something (from some place) very suddenly or hurriedly. A noun or pronoun can be used between "whisk" and "away." After giving the journalists a very brief glimpse at the prototype, the company whisked it away back into their lab. I wish you hadn't whisked away my plate from the table like that—I was still eating!
3. To escort or accompany someone away (from some place) very abruptly or hurriedly. A noun or pronoun can be used between "whisk" and "away." Security forces whisked the president away after the first gunshots were heard. I wish my husband would just whisk me away to somewhere exotic like Thailand or the Bahamas for a week.
4. To bring someone on a romantic or exciting journey (to some place) away from home. A noun or pronoun can be used between "whisk" and "away." I wish my husband would just whisk me away to somewhere exotic like Thailand or the Bahamas for a week. Before we knew it, we were whisked away on a whirlwind adventure around the globe.
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whisk someone or something away

to move someone or something out of the way rapidly. The firemen came and whisked the students away to a safe place. The agents whisked away a number of people.
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whisk away

v.
1. To remove something with quick light sweeping motions: The waiter whisked the crumbs away. My girlfriend whisked away the check before I could see it.
2. To escort, conduct, or carry someone or something swiftly and quietly away: The bodyguards whisked away the politician after the speech. The ambulance whisked the accident victim away to the hospital.
3. To indulge someone's fancy by conducting or transporting them away: I was whisked away from my boring life after I accepted the job offer. My boyfriend whisked me away to Paris.
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That is until a kindly visitor whisks her away for a Christmas Day party she'll never forget.
And when news leaks out, he whisks her away from the paparazzi.
Being a true gentleman, Brandon saves the day and whisks her away to a plush hotel but Dani's confession soon puts a dampener on their evening.
Carey Mulligan plays Jenny, an attractive schoolgirl who falls for an older man (Peter Sarsgaard) who whisks her away from academia and shows her there is life beyond her cosy suburban existence.
Phil isn't the only Mitchell experiencing relationship dramas as Ronnie informs a stunned Charlie she's carrying his child, and Roxy is pleasantly surprised when Aleks whisks her away on holiday, unaware he has an ulterior motive for getting out of Walford.
He picks up Nancy and whisks her away from the ceremony.