Phrasal Verb / Idiom: whip something up
— How did you whip up dinner so quickly?
— I'd rather stay home and whip up a simple meal than waste money eating out again.
— I'll meet you at the movies in 30 minutes. I'll just go home and whip a sandwich up and change clothes.
— Would you believe my boss asked me to whip up a proposal for the project? I have to somehow write it by 9:30am tomorrow morning.
— The newly-elected senator whipped up a storm of controversy with her comments.
— Did you see the new logo the temporary employee whipped up for us? He's very talented! What will it cost us to hire him?
— I forgot to mention my daughter's school party to my wife but she quickly whipped a costume up for the event in an hour.
— I'll just whip a salad up for lunch.
— We'd been struggling for several hours when the director walked in and whipped up a solution to the problem in minutes.
— Fortunately, they whipped up a last-minute presentation for the meeting.
— If you want, I can whip a batch of cookies up for the bake sale.
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