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a wind-up watch

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  • don't know whether to wind a watch or bark at the moon — If you don t know what to do, you don t know whether to wind a watch or bark at the moon …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • shit or wind my watch — surprised, shocked, confused, discombobulated    When she announced that I was the father, I didn t know whether to shit or wind my watch! I don t even know the woman! …   English idioms

  • wind — wind, breeze, gale, hurricane, zephyr are comparable rather than synonymous terms that can all basically mean air in motion. Wind is the general term referable to any sort of natural motion whatever its degree of velocity or of force {a strong… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • wind — wind1 [ wınd ] noun *** 1. ) count or uncount a natural current of air that moves fast enough for you to feel it: A cold wind blew and the rain fell in torrents. We ll head back to the shore if the wind picks up (=gets stronger). The helicopter… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • wind — I UK [wɪnd] / US noun Word forms wind : singular wind plural winds *** 1) [countable/uncountable] a natural current of air that moves fast enough for you to feel it A cold wind blew and the rain fell in torrents. We ll head back to the shore if… …   English dictionary

  • Watch — For other uses, see Watch (disambiguation). Early wrist watch by Waltham, worn by soldiers in World War I (Deutsches Uhrenmuseum, Inv. 47 3352) A watch is a small timepiece, typically worn either on the wrist or attached on a chain and carried in …   Wikipedia

  • wind — 1 /wInd/ noun 1 AIR (C, U) moving air, especially when it moves strongly or quickly in a current: a 70 mile an hour wind | branches swaying in the wind | the wind blows: A gentle wind was blowing through the trees. | strong/high winds: The… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • wind — 01. The [wind] blew the door shut with a loud bang. 02. We couldn t go canoeing because of high [winds]. 03. Windmills change [wind] power to energy which can be used for electricity. 04. There is no [wind] on the moon, so unless someone disturbs …   Grammatical examples in English

  • wind*/*/*/ — [wɪnd] noun I 1) [C/U] a natural current of air that moves fast enough for you to feel it A cold wind blew.[/ex] During the night the wind picked up (= got stronger).[/ex] The helicopter can t reach them until the wind drops (= becomes less… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • wind up — verb 1. finally be or do something (Freq. 4) He ended up marrying his high school sweetheart he wound up being unemployed and living at home again • Syn: ↑finish up, ↑land up, ↑fetch up, ↑end up, ↑finish …   Useful english dictionary

  • Wind Turbine Syndrome — is the term for a clinical phenomenon first coined by Dr. Nina Pierpont. According to her research, some people, when living in close proximity to industrial wind turbines, are affected by low frequency vibrations emanating from the turbine.… …   Wikipedia

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