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Meaning of “wind down” - Learner’s Dictionary

wind down

( also unwind) phrasal verb with wind     /waɪnd/ verb ( past tense and past participle wound)
to gradually relax after doing something that has made you tired or worriedCalming and relaxing
Translations of “wind down”
in Chinese (Traditional) (勞累或擔心之後)放鬆下來…
in Russian отдыхать, расслабляться…
in Turkish kafa dinlemek, dinlenmek…
in Chinese (Simplified) (劳累或担心之后)放松下来…
in Polish odprężać się…
(Definition of wind down from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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