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Wind up - Meaning and Definition

 Phrasal Verb

wind up


to arrive somewhere without having planned it


- "He jumped a freight in Waycross and wound up in L.A" Mickey Newbury, San Francisco Mabel Joy

- How did you wind up here?

 Verb and preposition
Can't be separated
 Normal or Slang
 American / British /
 Regular / Irregular
Wind is an irregular verb. Its forms are: wind, wound, wound

See also:

English Grammar Exercises: Mickey Newbury, San Francisco Mabel Joy

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