Whizz - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |wɪz|  American pronunciation of the word whizz
Brit.  |wɪz|  British pronunciation of the word whizz

noun

- someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field (syn: ace, adept, champion, genius, hotshot, maven, mavin, sensation, star, superstar, virtuoso, whiz, wiz, wizard)

verb

- make a soft swishing sound (syn: birr, purr, whir, whirr, whiz)
- move along very quickly (syn: zoom)

Examples

The ball whizzed through the air.

Cars whizzed by on the highway.

He whizzed past us on skates.

She whizzed through the exam.

Bullets whizzed past him.

He whizzed down the road on his motorbike.

She whizzed through the work.

Reading makes my head whizz.

He's a math whiz.

She's a whizz at crosswords.

An ambulance whizzed past.

I saw a big piece of metal whizzing through the air.

Let's just whizz through it one more time.

Word forms

verb
I/you/we/they: whizz
he/she/it: whizzes
present participle: whizzing
past tense: whizzed
past participle: whizzed
noun
singular: whizz
plural: whizzes
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