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Synonyms for wind

flatulence

breath

get wind of something

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  • hear about
  • learn of
  • find out about
  • become aware of
  • be told about
  • be informed of
  • be made aware of
  • hear tell of
  • have brought to your notice
  • hear something on the grape vine

put the wind up someone

wind down: calm down

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wind down: subside

irritate

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wind something down

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wind something up: end

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wind something up: close down

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wind up

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Synonyms for wind

a natural movement or current of air

to expose to circulating air

to move or proceed on a repeatedly curving course

to introduce gradually and slyly

wind up: to bring or come to a natural or proper end

Synonyms for wind

a tendency or force that influences events

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empty rhetoric or insincere or exaggerated talk

an indication of potential opportunity

the act of winding or twisting

to move or cause to move in a sinuous, spiral, or circular course

extend in curves and turns

arrange or or coil around

catch the scent of

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coil the spring of (some mechanical device) by turning a stem

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form into a wreath

raise or haul up with or as if with mechanical help

References in periodicals archive ?
However, the city has a good reputation due to high-quality education in the Technical University of Eindhoven fostering local knowledge, worker production and attracting foreign students (van Winden and van den Berg, 2004).
Written by Gorter, in cooperation with Beatrijs van Agt, Marieke van der Winden.
For example, gender (de Wit & van Winden, 1989; Matthews & Moser, 1995; Reynold, 1995), role models (Davidsson, 1995; de Wit & van Winden, 1989), and related experience (Davidsson, 1995) have been shown to be related to people's attitude toward entrepreneurship.
Geschwind's coauthors included Olga Penagarikano, Kellen Winden, Amos Gdalyahu, Hongmei Dong, Lisa Sonnenblick, Robin Gruver, Joel Almajano, Anatol Bragin, Peyman Golshani and Joshua Trachtenberg, all of UCLA; Brett Abrahams, formerly of UCLA and now at Albert Einstein College of Medicine; Edward Herman, formerly of UCLA and now at Yale School of Medicine; and Elior Peles of Israel's Weizmann Institute of Science.
Van den Berg, Braun and Winden (2001), reviewing the clusters from nine big European cities, conclude these networks contribute to the economic development of urban regions.
More conspicuous are Weaver's own house on the corner of Alexandra Street and Stanley Road, directly opposite the Town Hall; then Lyndcote at 7 Stanley Street; and Winden, a tiny cottage/schoolhouse on the corner of Stanley and Mount Streets.
El Fe se adiciono en forma de EDTA-Fe, preparado segun Steiner y Van Winden (1970).
Daher der Dinge Quallitat, Weil er [der Riesengeist] drin quellen und treiben that, Die Kraft, wodurch Metalle sprossen, Baume im Fruhling aufgeschossen, Sucht wohl an allen Ecken und Enden Sich an's Licht herauszuwenden, Lasst sich die Muhe nicht verdriessen, Thut jetzt in die Hohe schiessen, Seine Glieder und Organ' verlangern, Jetzt wieder verkurzen und verengern, Und sucht durch Drehen und durch Winden Die rechte Form und Gestalt zu finden.
At the launch of HCC's BVD project were, from left, farmer Phillip Jones, vet Steven Van Winden and project officer Dewi Hughes
Research on female business starters shows a substantial over representation of males among business founders in most countries (de Wit/van Winden 1989; Davidsson 1995; Matthews/Moser 1995, Reynolds et al.
2006; Corfman and Lehmann, 1994; Potters and van Winden, 2000; Roering et al.
04 de Fe, Mn, Cu, Zn, B y Mo; el Fe se proporciono como Fe-EDTA (Steiner & Van Winden 1970).
Survivors include two sons, David of Homer, Alaska, and Dennis of Florence; two daughters, Karen Clark of Lincoln City and Sherry Klosterman of Oakridge; two sisters, Olga Hovet and Agnes Winden, both of Watford City; six grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
This suggests that it is likely that one would observe more variation between the average contributions of groups of partners than those of strangers, a result found in Keser and van Winden (2000).