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English pronunciation of “wind”

wind

 
uk
/wɪnd/
How to pronounce wind in British English
 
us
/wɪnd/
How to pronounce wind in American English
 
us
/wɑɪnd/
How to pronounce wind in American English
 
uk
/waɪnd/
How to pronounce wind in British English
 
us
/waɪnd/
How to pronounce wind in American English

winding

 
uk
How to pronounce winding in British English
 
us
How to pronounce winding in American English

windy

 
us
How to pronounce windy in American English

winding

 
us
How to pronounce winding in American English
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(English pronunciations of wind from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus and from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary, both sources © Cambridge University Press)
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