- move in or take a twisting or spiral course；pass (something) round a thing or person so as to encircle or enfold
- a twist or turn in a course.；a single turn made when winding.
verb: wind, 3rd person present: winds, gerund or present participle: winding, past tense: wound, past participle: wound
noun: wind, plural noun: winds
- 1. move in or take a twisting or spiral course the path wound among olive trees 同義詞
- 2. pass (something) round a thing or person so as to encircle or enfold he wound a towel around his midriff 同義詞
- ▪ repeatedly twist or coil (a length of something) round itself or a core Anne wound the wool into a ball 同義詞
- ▪ be twisted or coiled large vines wound round every tree
- ▪ wrap or surround (a core) with a coiled length of something devices wound with copper wire
- 3. make (a clock or other device, typically one operated by clockwork) operate by turning a key or handle he wound City Hall's clock every day until he retired at the age of 92 she was winding the gramophone
- ▪ turn (a key or handle) repeatedly round and round I wound the handle as fast as I could
- ▪ cause (an audio or video tape or a film) to move back or forwards to a desired point I forgot how to wind the film on
- ▪ hoist or draw (something) with a windlass, winch, or similar device.
- 1. a twist or turn in a course.
- 2. a single turn made when winding.