to mix or fluff up with a whisk; to move something or someone quickly
Past Participle form
I always whisk my eggs well.
To whisk egg whites you need to have a strong arm.
A: How do you make scrambled eggs?
B: Put some eggs in a bowl, add a bit of milk and butter and then whisk them well.
A: What then?
B: Gently cook them in a pan with a bit of oil and butter.
I whisked her away for a quick trip.
Their grandmother whisked them off to the zoo.
A: This cake is delicious!
B: Thank you.
A: It's so light!
B: I whisked the mixture really well so it had lots of air in it.
I'm whisking the batter for tonight's dinner.
He's whisking her off for a weekend away.
A: Are you whisking the mixture?
B: Yes. I'm whisking it well so it becomes light and fluffy.
I've whisked the cake mixture ready for the oven.
I'd whisked the eggs but then found some shell in it!
A: Have you whisked the eggs together yet?
B: Not yet. I'll do that nearer the time.
A: Shall I do it for you?
B: Could you crack the eggs into the bowl for me?
A: Of course.