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whizz

whiz

/ (wɪz) /
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verb whizzes, whizzing or whizzed
to make or cause to make a loud humming or buzzing sound
to move or cause to move with such a sound
(intr) informal to move or go rapidly
noun
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Word Origin for whizz

C16: of imitative origin
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