winding

  • 21winding — adj. Winding is used with these nouns: ↑drive, ↑driveway, ↑lane, ↑mechanism, ↑passage, ↑path, ↑river, ↑road, ↑staircase, ↑street, ↑trail, ↑tunnel …

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  • 22winding — wind|ing [ waındıŋ ] adjective a winding road, river, etc. has a lot of bends in it …

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  • 23winding — wind·ing || waɪndɪŋ n. act of turning or coiling; curve, twisting of a path; path of conduction in an electrical device adj. twisting, turning; looping, spiral winding (wind) wind·ing || waɪndɪŋ v. spin; twist; bend; wrap around; be… …

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  • 24winding — adjective having a twisting turning shape: a winding path see also: wind 2 (3) …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 25winding — 1. noun the windings of the stream Syn: twist, turn, turning, bend, loop, curve, zigzag, meander 2. adjective the winding country roads Syn: twisting and turning, meandering, windy, twisty, bending, curvi …

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  • 26winding — UK [ˈwaɪndɪŋ] / US adjective a winding road, river etc has a lot of bends in it …

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  • 27winding — [ˈwaɪndɪŋ] adj with a lot of bends a winding lane[/ex] …

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  • 28winding — /ˈwaɪndɪŋ/ (say wuynding) noun 1. the act of someone or something that winds. 2. a bend, turn, or flexure. 3. a coiling, folding, or wrapping, as of one thing about another. 4. something that is wound or coiled, or a single round of it. 5.… …

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  • 29winding-up — /waɪndɪŋ ˈʌp/ (say wuynding up) noun 1. a concluding, especially the stopping of a business operation with the realising of assets, discharging of liabilities, etc. –adjective 2. of or relating to such a concluding: the winding up period was… …

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  • 30winding — apvija statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. winding vok. Wicklung, f rus. обмотка, f pranc. bobinage, m; enroulement, m …

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  • 31winding — apvija statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. winding vok. Wicklung, f rus. обмотка, f pranc. bobinage, m; enroulement, m …

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  • 32winding up —    The process that occurs just before a corporation or partnership ceases to exist, which involves liquidating the assets, paying bills, distributing any remaining assets to the shareholders or partners, and then dissolving the business. Winding …

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  • 33winding up — / waɪndɪŋ ʌp/ noun liquidation, the act of closing a company and selling its assets ♦ a compulsory winding up order an order from a court saying that a company must be wound up …

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  • 34winding-up — noun Date: circa 1858 British the process of liquidating the assets of a partnership or corporation in order to pay creditors and make distributions to partners or shareholders upon dissolution …

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  • 35winding — the threads used to attach the runners and guides on a fly or other fishing rod thread wraps used to attach stripping guides and snake guides on a fly rod blank …

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  • 36winding — 1. noun a) something wound around something else b) the manner in which something is wound 2. adjective a) twisting, turning or si …

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  • 37Winding — Намотка …

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  • 38winding-up — The end of a company by selling off its assets to pay off creditors and distributing the remaining funds to its shareholders. Also called Liquidation …

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  • 39winding — Synonyms and related words: aberrant, aberrative, ambages, ambagious, anfractuosity, anfractuous, bending, circuitous, circuitousness, circumambages, circumbendibus, circumlocution, circumlocutory, circumvolution, convoluted, convolution,… …

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  • 40winding — I (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. turning, gyrating, gyring, spiraling, twisting, snaky, serpentine, convoluted, dextrorse, dextrorsal, sinistrorse. Ant. straight*, direct*, vertical*. II (Roget s Thesaurus II) adjective Repeatedly curving in alternate… …

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