Bedeutung von “wind up” — Learner’s Dictionary

wind up

phrasal verb with wind us uk /waɪnd/ verb past tense and past participle wound

to finally be somewhere or do something, especially without having planned it:

If he carries on like this, he'll wind up in prison.
[ + doing sth ] I wound up having to start the course from the beginning again.

(Definition von “wind up” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)