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wind

verb [T usually + adv/prep] (WRAP AROUND) 纏繞     /waɪnd/ (wound)
to wrap something around an object several times or twist it repeatedly around itself 包,裹;使纏繞成團 She wound a scarf around her neck. 她在脖子上圍了一條圍巾。 He wound the string into a ball. 他將繩子纏成一團。 He wound a small bandage round her finger. 他在她的手指上纏了一小條繃帶。 Enclosing, surrounding and immersingBending, twisting and curving
winding     /ˈwaɪn.dɪŋ/ adjective
describes a path, road, river, etc. which repeatedly turns in different directions 彎彎的 There's a very long, winding path leading up to the house. 一條很長的彎彎小路通向這所房子。 Bending, twisting and curving
(Definition of wind verb (WRAP AROUND) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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