Wind - definition, pronunciation, transcription
- a tendency or force that influences events
- empty rhetoric or insincere or exaggerated talk (syn: jazz, malarkey, nothingness)
- an indication of potential opportunity (syn: hint, lead, steer, tip)
- a musical instrument in which the sound is produced by an enclosed column of air that is moved by bellows or the human breath
- a reflex that expels intestinal gas through the anus (syn: fart, farting, flatus)
- the act of winding or twisting (syn: twist, winding)
- extend in curves and turns (syn: curve, twist)
- arrange or or coil around (syn: roll, twine, wrap)
- catch the scent of; get wind of (syn: nose, scent)
- coil the spring of (some mechanical device) by turning a stem (syn: wind up)
- form into a wreath (syn: wreathe)
- raise or haul up with or as if with mechanical help (syn: hoist, lift)
You're just wasting wind.
His talk was all wind.
We got wind of the plan.
I got wind that you were coming.
The birds could not have seen us or winded us.
I am winded by running.
I had a terrible night, I did turn and wind so.
The wind blew from the northeast.
A sudden gust of wind (=a short strong wind) blew the door shut.
The forecast is for strong winds and heavy rain.
The light wind ruffled the water.
The wind was getting up and it was becoming cloudy.
We'll wait till the wind drops (=blows less strongly) before we put the tent up.
I can't drink beer - it gives me wind.
'What's wrong with the baby?' 'Just a little wind.'
present participle: winding
past tense: winded
past participle: winded