Answer: dar cuerda
to wind
Definition of wind (Entry 2 of 6) transitive verb. 1 : to make short of breath. 2 : to detect or follow by scent. 3 : to expose to the air or wind : dry by exposing to air. 4 : to regulate the wind supply of (an organ pipe) 5 : to rest (an animal such as a horse) in order to allow the breath to be recovered.
1 noticeable movement of air in a particular direction. there's a wind coming from underneath the front door. Synonyms for wind. current draft. Words Related to wind. blast blow flurry
wind noun (CURRENT OF AIR) A1 [ C or U ] a current of air moving approximately horizontally especially one strong enough to be felt: There isn't enough wind to fly a kite.
n. 1. a. Moving air especially a natural and perceptible movement of air parallel to or along the ground. b. A movement of air generated artificially as by bellows or a fan. 2. a. The direction from which a movement of air comes: The wind is north-northwest.
verb. to twist or turn something in a bored or nervous way. twist. verb. to wind several pieces of wool thread wire...