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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 can't reach them until the wind drops (=becomes less strong).
Fires spread by strong winds have caused widespread damage.
A large gust of wind swept his hat into the sea.
When he saw his opponent he got the wind up.
Hugh has a house in Atlanta, but he said he would go where the wind blows.
The winds of change are sweeping away corruption and cynicism.
This is the American English definition of wind. View British English definition of wind.