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  1. To whip; a movement on one leg that requires the dancer to change the hip and torso direction while maintaining the leg direction and position.
  2. ["whipped"]. Typically, a movement in which the working leg is brushed vigorously either forward or backward. You then use the inertia of the leg to turn the body around, so that the body turns 180 degrees away from the leg, which remains where it was. Source: Vance's Fantastic - BALLET DICTIONARY