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wind sth up

phrasal verb with wind uk   /waɪnd/ us   /waɪnd/ verb wound, wound
to close a business or organization: Lawyers were called in to wind up the company.

wind (sth) up

phrasal verb with wind uk   /waɪnd/ us   /waɪnd/ verb wound, wound
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Translations of “wind sth up”
in Chinese (Simplified) 关闭(企业或机构), 使停业…
in Chinese (Traditional) 關閉(企業或機構), 使停業…
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