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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

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The post Final stages of the winding down of Cyprus Airways appeared first on Cyprus Mail .
"But I don't think this is the time to really think of winding down, because if you read the Executive Order No.
"With the winding down of Google Labs, the Google Fast Flip project will also be winding down," Google said a brief message on the Google Labs website.
It is quite an interesting shift to experience oneself winding down like a well-used watch, keeping pace with a new rhythm of the soul.
Finnish precision plastics manufacturer Perlos Corporation said on Friday (31 March) that the winding down of operations at the company's plant in Ylojarvi, Finland, which began in summer 2005, has proceeded according to plan and the operations at the plant have now been shut down.
Va., of another round of layoffs, signaling the continued winding down of operations at the 95-year-old plant.
WW II is winding down in 1945, and top Nazis flee westward through "neutral," dangerous Spain, hoping to find refuge in South America.
But the organisation, estimated to have created more than 70 jobs and safeguarded more than 400 existing ones, is winding down its operations, to close down March and June.
A tune-up prologue segues into sections devoted to specffic instruments--piano, violin, or voice--which build to a stunning climax of cacophonous crashes before winding down to a calm conclusion punctuated by a slamming door.
Now, 13 years after its launch, the mission is winding down. During several flybys of Io, Galileo has received nearly 4 times the radiation dose it was designed to endure.
Winding down at the conference's after party with (clockwise from left) Sonia Sanchez, Walter Mosley, Clyde Taylor, Bebe Moore Campbell, Ismael Reed and Quincy Troupe.
The Pittsburgh-based company attributed the shortfall primarily to the rapid winding down of business with an unnamed large systems integrator, as well as a general softness in the IT services market from a near-term customer focus on Y2K related issues.
With the Cold War winding down, the hottest Thursday-night spot in London was Propaganda: "The bouncers are dressed as Red soldiers, the whole place is done up in Soviet decor, and Eastern Bloc television commercials are shown on the video screens." The Iron Curtain still existed, however.
However, he added: "Although we are talking to people we have started winding down the business.