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Meanings for whistle

to make a signal through a high pitch sound by forcing air through a small hole

whistle, whistling(noun)

the sound made by something moving rapidly or by steam coming out of a small aperture

whistle, whistling(noun)

the act of signalling (e.g., summoning) by whistling or blowing a whistle

"the whistle signalled the end of the game"

whistle(noun)

a small wind instrument that produces a whistling sound by blowing into it

whistle(noun)

acoustic device that forces air or steam against an edge or into a cavity and so produces a loud shrill sound

pennywhistle, tin whistle, whistle(verb)

an inexpensive fipple flute

whistle(verb)

make whistling sounds

"He lay there, snoring and whistling"

whistle(verb)

move with, or as with, a whistling sound

"The bullets whistled past him"

whistle(verb)

utter or express by whistling

"She whistled a melody"

whistle(verb)

move, send, or bring as if by whistling

"Her optimism whistled away these worries"

whistle, sing(verb)

make a whining, ringing, or whistling sound

"the kettle was singing"; "the bullet sang past his ear"

whistle(verb)

give a signal by whistling

"She whistled for her maid"

a person who provides information about another's wrongdoing

there are laws to protect whistle-blowers who reveal corporate malfeasance

a small residential settlement

for that all-important primary election, candidates are willing to go to every whistle-stop in the state

to reveal the true nature of

Journalists blew the whistle on the company's shady business practices.

a person who provides information about another's wrongdoing

there are laws to protect whistle-blowers who reveal corporate malfeasance

a small residential settlement

for that all-important primary election, candidates are willing to go to every whistle-stop in the state

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Example Sentences of whistle

He began to whistle a tune.

Tom began to whistle to himself.

The referee blew his whistle to end the match.

The policeman blew his whistle for the car to stop.

Tom likes to sit on the dock playing his tin whistle while looking at the sunset.

Tom pulled out a whistle and blew it.

The whistle blew.

Mary played the tin whistle when she was young.

The whistle of the steam train woke us at daybreak.

One of the pickpockets blew the whistle on the other two.

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Antonyms for whistle

camouflage cloak disguise mask

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Whistle in different languages

  • fluit Afrikaans
  • fitAzerbaijani
  • свирка Bulgarian
  • c'hwitelladennoù, c'hwitellat, c'hwitelloù, c'hwitelladenn, c'hwitellBreton
  • xiulada xiular xiulo xiulet Catalan
  • pískat píšťalka píšťala Czech
  • fløjte fløjt hvisle Danish
  • pfiff trillerpfeife flöten flöte pfeife pfeifen German
  • σφύριγμα σφυρίζω σφυρίχτρα σφυριξιά Greek
  • fajfo fajfi Esperanto
  • pito silbar pitido chiflar silbato chiflido pitada chifle pitar Spanish
  • pilli vihellys viheltää vislaus Finnish
  • sifflements sifflet siffler sifflement French
  • lig fead feadaíl bí ag feadaíl feadóg Irish
  • fead, feadag, dèan fead, feadanScots Gaelic
  • chifreGalician
  • שריקהHebrew
  • सीटी Hindi
  • siflèt
  • fütyül sípszó sivít füttyszó síp Hungarian
  • սուլել սուլոց սուլիչ Armenian
  • sibilarInterlingua
  • fischiare fischio fischietto Italian
  • משרוקיתformer Hebrew
  • ホイッスル, 口笛, 口笛を吹く, 笛Japanese
  • កញ្ចែ, ហួចCambodian
  • PäifLuxembourgish
  • svilpiens svilpt svilpošana svilpe Latvian
  • wisel siulan Malay
  • suffaraMaltese
  • fløyte
  • fluiten fluittoon fluitje Dutch
  • fløyte
  • siblar, fiularOccitan
  • gwizd świstać gwizdek gwizdać Polish
  • assovio assoviada assoviar assobiada assobio assobiar apitada apito Portuguese
  • tschüblar, schular, tschüvler, tschivlar, schivlar, tgularRomance
  • șuiera fluierat fluier fluiera Romanian
  • свисток свистнуть свист свистеть просвистеть Russian
  • zviždanje, zvižduk, zviždalica, zviždaljka, pištaljka, zviždati, pištalicaSerbo
  • fishkëllimë Albanian
  • visselpipa vissling vissla pipa Swedish
  • kipenga firimbi filimbi Swahili
  • ஈசல் Tamil
  • นกหวีดThai
  • pito, sipolTagalog
  • ıslık düdük Turkish
  • свист, свистокUkrainian
  • còi tiếng huýt tiếng hót Vietnamese

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