wind down (something) Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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wind down (something)

 /ˈwɑɪn(d)ˈdɑʊn/
phrasal verb with wind  us   /wɑɪnd/ verb (past tense and past participle wound  /wɑʊnd/ )
to end gradually or in stages, or to cause something to end in this way: The storm finally began to wind down after four hours of heavy rain. Temple University is winding down its 14th consecutive losing season.
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