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Meaning of “wind” - Learner’s Dictionary

wind

noun     /wɪnd/
MOVING AIR [C, U]
A1 a natural, fast movement of air: The weather forecast said there would be strong winds and rain.Wind and windsStormy weather
STOMACH [U] UK ( US gas)
gas or air in your stomach that makes you feel uncomfortable and sometimes makes noisesDigestive disorders
get wind of sth
to discover something that is intended to be a secret: Dad got wind of our plans for a party.Finding and discovering
get your wind (back)
to breathe easily again, for example after you have been running →  See also throw caution to the wind , second wind Breathing and stopping breathing
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