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wind down British & World English

(Of a mechanism, especially one operated by clockwork) gradually lose power

wind-down British & World English

A gradual lessening of activity, intensity, or scale as something comes to an end

wind something down in wind down British & World English

Draw or bring gradually to a close

wind down in wind2 British & World English

(Of a mechanism, especially one operated by clockwork) gradually lose power

whistle something down the wind British & World English

Let something go; abandon something

wind something down in wind2 British & World English

Draw or bring gradually to a close

wind down in wind2 English Thesaurus

he needed to wind down after the spiralling tensions of the day

whistle something down the wind in whistle British & World English

Let something go; abandon something

wind something down in wind2 English Thesaurus

a decision was taken to wind down the property development business


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