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A plane taking off flies to meet the wind

A plane taking off flies to meet the wind

Red helicopter in the sky close-up

Red helicopter in the sky close-up

A private jet is flying in the sky

A private jet is flying in the sky

A small blue plane in the sky

A small blue plane in the sky

Airplane pilots perform aerobatics

Airplane pilots perform aerobatics

Aerobatics dead loop

Aerobatics dead loop

Wind turbines chickenpox wind

Wind turbines chickenpox wind

Wind turbines as an energy source

Wind turbines as an energy source

Chickenpox gives electricity by wind

Chickenpox gives electricity by wind

Open-air wind turbines

Open-air wind turbines

A white car drives past wind turbines

A white car drives past wind turbines

A strong wind lifts the earth to the heavens

A strong wind lifts the earth to the heavens

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The perceptible natural movement of the air, especially in the form of a current of air blowing from a particular direction. Breath as needed in physical exertion or in speech. Empty, pompous, or boastful talk; meaningless rhetoric. Air or breath used for sounding an organ or a wind instrument. A twist or turn in a course. A single turn made when winding. Cause (someone) to have difficulty breathing because of exertion or a blow to the stomach. Detect the presence of (a person or animal) by scent. Sound (a bugle or call) by blowing. Move in or take a twisting or spiral course. Pass (something) around a thing or person so as to encircle or enfold. Make (a clock or other device, typically one operated by clockwork) operate by turning a key or handle.