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wind up (sometimes wind-up)
- (UK) A humorous attempt to fool somebody, a practical joke in which the victim is encouraged to believe something untrue.
- See also Wikisaurus:joke
- To end up; to arrive or result.
- I followed the signs, and I wound up getting nowhere.
- To conclude, complete, or finish.
- Even though he had bad news, he tried to wind up his speech on a positive note.
- To tighten by winding or twisting.
- Your pocket watch will run for a long time if you wind up the spring all the way.
- To excite.
- Try not to wind up the kids too much right before bedtime.
- (UK) To play a prank, to take the mickey or mock
- Twenty quid? Are you winding me up?
- To dissolve a partnership or corporation and liquidate its assets
To end up; to arrive or result
To conclude, complete, or finish
To tighten by winding or twisting
To play a prank, to take the mickey or mock
To dissolve a partnership or corporation and liquidate its assets
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