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N-VAR 风 A wind is a current of air that is moving across the earth's surface.
There was a strong wind blowing...
Then the wind dropped and the surface of the sea was still...
N-COUNT (影响事件的)趋势（或因素）（常作新闻用语） Journalists often refer to a trend or factor that influences events as a wind of a particular kind.
The winds of change are blowing across the country...
The world's entire aerospace industry is feeling the chill winds of recession.
VERB 使气急;使呼吸困难 If you are winded by something such as a blow, the air is suddenly knocked out of your lungs so that you have difficulty breathing for a short time.
He was winded and shaken...
The cow stamped on his side, winding him.
N-UNCOUNT （胃肠中的）气 Wind is the air that you sometimes swallow with food or drink, or gas that is produced in your intestines, which causes an uncomfortable feeling.
VERB 给(婴儿）拍嗝儿 If you wind a baby, you hit its back gently in order to help it to release air from its stomach.
If he cries when you put him down after a feed, try winding him.
ADJ 管乐的 The wind section of an orchestra or band is the group of people who produce musical sounds by blowing into their instruments.
PHRASE 放屁 If someone breaks wind, they release gas from their intestines through their anus.
PHRASE 听到…的风声 If you get wind of something, you hear about it, especially when someone else did not want you to know about it.
I don't want the public, and especially not the press, to get wind of it at this stage.
PHRASE 可能发生 If something is in the wind, it is likely to happen.
By the mid-1980s, change was in the wind again.
PHRASE 吓唬;使焦虑 If something or someone puts the wind up you, they frighten or worry you.
'I heard you had some funny phone calls.' — 'Yeah, that's why yours rather put the wind up me.'
PHRASE 冒险做事(或说话) If you sail close to the wind, you take a risk by doing or saying something that may get you into trouble.
Max warned her she was sailing dangerously close to the wind and risked prosecution.
PHRASE 给…泼冷水（或当头一棒） If something takes the wind out of your sails, it suddenly makes you much less confident in what you are doing or saying.
PHRASE 可能发生何事;事态的发展 If you realize or find out which way the wind is blowing or how the wind is blowing, you realize or find out what is likely to happen, for example whether something is likely to succeed.
He didn't like to make pronouncements before he was sure which way the wind was blowing.
TURNING OR WRAPPING 卷绕；包裹
VERB (道路、河流或一队人)蜿蜒向前，曲折而行，迂回 If a road, river, or line of people winds in a particular direction, it goes in that direction with a lot of bends or twists in it.
The Moselle winds through some 160 miles of tranquil countryside...
The road winds uphill...
VERB 卷绕;缠绕 When you wind something flexible around something else, you wrap it around it several times.
The horse jumped forwards and round her, winding the rope round her waist.
VERB 给(钟表等)上发条;给…上弦 When you wind a mechanical device, for example a watch or a clock, you turn a knob, key, or handle on it several times in order to make it operate.
I still hadn't wound my watch so I didn't know the time.
VERB 倒/进(磁带或胶卷) To wind a tape or film back or forward means to make it move towards its starting or ending position.
The camcorder winds the tape back or forward at high speed.