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winds is wind's Plural Form

wind

US [waɪnd]
UK [wɪnd]
  • n.风;气流;(随食物或饮料)吞下的气;胃气
  • v.缠绕;卷绕;蜿蜒;使喘大气
  • Web大风;风力;交大风中琴声
Plural Form:winds  Present Participle:winding  Past Tense:wound  Past Tense:winded  
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v.
1.
[i][t]
蜿蜒;曲折而行;迂回to have many bends and twists
The path wound down to the beach.
这条小路弯弯曲曲通向海滩。
The river winds its way between two meadows.
这条河蜿蜒流经两个牧场之间。
2.
[t]
~ sth + adv./prep.
卷缠;缠绕;绕成团to wrap or twist sth around itself or sth else
He wound the wool into a ball.
他把毛线缠绕成一团。
Wind the bandage around your finger.
用绷带把你的手指包扎起来。
3.
[t][i]
给(钟表等)上发条;(通过转动把手等)操作;可上发条;可通过转动把手(等)操作to make a clock or other piece of machinery work by turning a knob , handle, etc. several times; to be able to be made to work in this way
He had forgotten to wind his watch.
他忘了给表上发条了。
It was one of those old-fashioned gramophones that winds up.
那是一台上弦的老式留声机。
4.
[t][i]
卷绕,倒(磁带、胶卷等)to operate a tape, film, etc. so that it moves nearer to its ending or starting position
He wound the tape back to the beginning.
他把磁带倒到了开头。
Wind forward to the bit where they discover the body.
向前快进,到他们发现尸体的那一段。
5.
[t]
~ sth
转动(把手)to turn a handle several times
You operate the trapdoor by winding this handle.
你要转动这个手柄来操纵活动天窗。

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