①If you whisk someone or something somewhere, you take them or move them there quickly.
②If you whisk something such as eggs or cream, you stir it very fast, often with an electric device, so that it becomes full of small bubbles.
③A whisk is a kitchen tool used for whisking eggs or cream.
rush, sweep, hurry, beat, mix, stir, whip
①Now remember, keep whisking for ten minutes.
②There is a tea whisk on the table.
③Just before serving, whisk the cream.
④Gently fold in the whisked egg whites.
[scode type="green"]lord over sth
If someone lords it over you, they act in a way that shows that they think they are better than you, especially by giving lots of orders.
①Friends don't lord it over one another.
②Jackie calls me out of the blue and lords it over me.
③It extorts protection money from the people it lords over.