How to Pronounce whir?

Correct pronunciation for the word "whir" is [wˈɜː], [wˈɜː], [w_ˈɜː].

"Whir" in context

Whir is a sound that is often used to describe a low humming or buzzing noise. It is a sound that can be heard in many different places and situations, including a fan whirring, an engine buzzing, or a machine operating. It is a noise that is sometimes soothing and calming, but can also be annoying and distracting.

Whirring can also be caused by a motor, such as a car engine or a toy motor. Even simple things, such as a vibrating phone on a table, can cause a whir.

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