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wind up British & World English

Arrive or end up in a specified state, situation, or place

wind up in wind2 British & World English

Arrive or end up in a specified state, situation, or place

wind-up British & World English

An attempt to tease or irritate someone

put the wind up British & World English

Alarm or frighten (or be alarmed or frightened)

wind someone up British & World English

Tease or irritate someone

wind something up British & World English

Arrange the affairs of and dissolve a company

wind someone up in wind2 British & World English

Tease or irritate someone

wind something up in wind2 British & World English

Arrange the affairs of and dissolve a company

wind2 British & World English

Make (a clock or other device, typically one operated by clockwork) operate by turning a key or handle

put the wind up in wind1 British & World English

Alarm or frighten (or be alarmed or frightened)

put or have the wind up in wind1 British & World English

Alarm or frighten (or be alarmed or frightened)

wind up English-Spanish

darle* cuerda a

wind up English-Spanish

darle* cuerda a

wind up in wind2 English Thesaurus

it's no wonder he wound up in hospital

wind someone up in wind2 English Thesaurus

I knew Katie was just winding me up

wind something up in wind2 English Thesaurus

Richard wound up the meeting just before noon

to get the wind up in wind English-Spanish

asustarse, pegarse* un susto

put the wind up someone in wind1 English Thesaurus

stop playing silly buggers—you're putting the wind up me

to put the wind up sb in wind English-Spanish

asustar a algn, meterle miedo a algn

he'll wind up in jail in wind English-Spanish

va a terminar, va a ir a parar a la cárcel

he'll wind up in jail in wind up English-Spanish

va a terminar, va a ir a parar a la cárcel

a wind came up around midday in wind English-Spanish

alrededor del mediodía se levantó viento


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