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Idiom of the week – Wind down

Posted by englishlessons on August 11, 2014

Definition:

gradually become slower and less active

Examples:

We have to wind down our production for the new product now that we are changing direction.

The board of directors approved the new plan, so it is time to wind down the development committee.

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