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winding

adjective
 
 
/ˈwaɪndɪŋ/
a winding path/road/street, etc B2 a path/road, etc that bends a lot and is not straightBending, twisting and curving
Translations of “winding”
in Korean 굽이진…
in Arabic وَعِر…
in Portuguese tortuoso, sinuoso…
in Catalan amb molts revolts/meandres…
in Japanese 曲がりくねった…
in Italian che serpeggia, sinuoso…
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