Detailed Translations for wind from English to French


to wind verb (winds, winded, winding)

  1. to wind (wind up; reel; reel in)
    bobiner; renvider
    • bobiner verb (bobine, bobines, bobinons, bobinez, )
    • renvider verb
  2. to wind (entwine)
    • rembobiner verb (rembobine, rembobines, rembobinons, rembobinez, )

Conjugations for wind:

  1. wind
  2. wind
  3. winds
  4. wind
  5. wind
  6. wind
simple past
  1. winded
  2. winded
  3. winded
  4. winded
  5. winded
  6. winded
present perfect
  1. have winded
  2. have winded
  3. has winded
  4. have winded
  5. have winded
  6. have winded
past continuous
  1. was winding
  2. were winding
  3. was winding
  4. were winding
  5. were winding
  6. were winding
  1. shall wind
  2. will wind
  3. will wind
  4. shall wind
  5. will wind
  6. will wind
continuous present
  1. am winding
  2. are winding
  3. is winding
  4. are winding
  5. are winding
  6. are winding
  1. be winded
  2. be winded
  3. be winded
  4. be winded
  5. be winded
  6. be winded
  1. wind!
  2. let's wind!
  3. winded
  4. winding
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for wind:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- air current; breaking wind; confidential information; current of air; fart; farting; flatus; hint; idle words; jazz; lead; malarkey; malarky; nothingness; steer; tip; twist; wind instrument; winding
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
bobiner reel; reel in; wind; wind up debark; fleece; graze; skin; strip
rembobiner entwine; wind rewind
renvider reel; reel in; wind; wind up
- curve; hoist; lift; meander; nose; roll; scent; thread; twine; twist; wander; weave; wind up; wrap; wreathe
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- coil; curl; gas; gauze; meander; twine; winding; wriggle

Related Words for "wind":

Synonyms for "wind":

Antonyms for "wind":

Related Definitions for "wind":

  1. the act of winding or twisting1
    • he put the key in the old clock and gave it a good wind1
  2. breath1
    • the collision knocked the wind out of him1
  3. a reflex that expels intestinal gas through the anus1
  4. a musical instrument in which the sound is produced by an enclosed column of air that is moved by the breath1
  5. an indication of potential opportunity1
  6. empty rhetoric or insincere or exaggerated talk1
    • that's a lot of wind1
  7. a tendency or force that influences events1
    • the winds of change1
  8. air moving (sometimes with considerable force) from an area of high pressure to an area of low pressure1
    • trees bent under the fierce winds1
    • when there is no wind, row1
  9. raise or haul up with or as if with mechanical help1
  10. form into a wreath1
  11. coil the spring of (some mechanical device) by turning a stem1
    • wind your watch1
  12. arrange or or coil around1
  13. to move or cause to move in a sinuous, spiral, or circular course1
    • the river winds through the hills1
  14. catch the scent of; get wind of1
  15. extend in curves and turns1
    • The road winds around the lake1

Wiktionary Translations for wind:

  1. movement of air
  2. flatus
  1. blow air through (a wind instrument)
  2. cause (someone) to become breathless
  3. wind oneself: exhaust oneself to the point of being short of breath
    • wind → s'essouffler
  4. turn coils of something around
  5. tighten a clockwork mechanism
  6. to travel in a way that is not straight
  1. rouler plusieurs fois une chose autour d’une autre, ou sur elle-même.
  1. Flatulences
  2. souffle de la respiration, air attirer et repousser par les poumons.
  3. (familier, fr) vent, gaz qui sort du corps par l’anus avec ou sans bruit.
  4. Mouvement d’air
  5. Pet
  1. -
  1. relatif au vent

Cross Translation:
wind bavardage; délayage; papotage; parlote; parlotte; phraséologie; sornettes; verbalisme; bagoul; verbiage; bagoulement; bagou; bavasseries; bavassements; bavassage; gibars; placote; jacasseries; placotage; ravaudage Kalaumesumgangssprachlich: belangloses, überflüssiges Gerede
wind délayage; bavardage; parlote; papotage; phraséologie; parlotte; verbiage; sornettes; verbalisme; bagoulement; bagoul; bagou; bavassements; bavassage; gibars; bavasseries; placotage; jacasseries; placote; ravaudage Schmontiusumgangssprachlich: leeres Gerede
wind bavardage; délayage; parlote; papotage; parlotte; phraséologie; sornettes; verbiage; verbalisme; bagou; bagoul; bagoulement; bavassage; bavassements; bavasseries; gibars; jacasseries; placotage; placote; ravaudage SchmonzesDeutschland, Österreich; umgangssprachlich abwertend: belangloses, leeres Gerede; Vortäuschungen; Worte, die ergreifen und gefügig stimmen sollen
wind vent WindMeteorologie: eine gerichtete Luftbewegung in der Atmosphäre
wind tourner la manivelle kurbeln — durch einen Drehhebel bewegen
wind vent wind — stroming van lucht veroorzaakt door luchtdrukverschillen
wind enrouler winden — een draad of kabel draaiend op een as of klos aanbrengen

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