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winded
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Breathing laboriously or convulsively.
Hyphenationwind•ed
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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喘气chuǎnqìto breathe deeply; to pant
上弦shàngxiánto wind; to tighten; crescent moon; first quarter or waxing moon
卷绕juǎnràoto wind; to coil; to spool; to loop around; winding
风花雪月fēng huā xuě yuèwind, flower, snow and moon, trite poetry subject (idiom); effete language without substance; love affair; romance is in the air; dissipated life
wind; light breezes
táowind; storm, sound of the wind
fēngwind; air; manners, atmosphere
ràoto wind; to coil (thread); to rotate around; to spiral; to move around; to go round (an obstacle); to by-pass; to make a detour; to confuse; to perplex
fēngwind; news; style; custom; manner
弯曲wānqūto bend; to curve around; curved; crooked; to wind; to warp
扭结niǔjiéto tangle up; to twist together; to wind
luònet-like object; to hold something in place with a net; to wind; to twist; (TCM) channels in the human body
jiǎoto twist (strands into a thread); to entangle; to wring; to hang (by the neck); to turn; to wind; measure word for skeins of yarn
缠绕chánràotwisting; to twine; to wind; to pester; to bother
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