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Noun: whizz  wiz
Usage: informal
  1. Someone who is dazzlingly skilled in any field
    - ace [informal], adept, champion, sensation, maven [US, informal], mavin [US, informal], virtuoso, genius, hotshot [informal], star, superstar, whiz [informal], wizard [informal], wiz [informal], megastar [informal]
Verb: whizz  wiz
  1. Make a soft swishing sound
    "the motor whizzed";
    - whiz, whirr, whir, birr, purr
     
  2. [informal] Move or travel very quickly
    - rush, hotfoot, hasten, hie [archaic], speed, race, pelt along [informal], rush along, bucket along [informal], belt along [informal], step on it [informal], travel rapidly, hurry, zip [informal], zoom, zoom along, whizz along [informal], barrel [informal], rocket [informal], pelt [informal], belt [informal], bucket [informal], wing [informal]

Derived forms: whizzes, whizzed, whizzing

Type of: expert, go, locomote, move, sound, travel

Encyclopedia: Whizz