whip out (third-person singular simple present whips out, present participle whipping out, simple past and past participle whipped out)
- (transitive) to pull something out with a sudden jerk.
- He suddenly whipped out his gun and pointed it at his doctor.
- I whipped out my wallet and laid a five-pound note on the bar.
- (transitive) to complete or make something in a quick fashion.
- You need the report by this afternoon? No problem! I will whip one out for you in 10 minutes.
to pull something out with a sudden jerk