winds of change

Definition of winds of change

  1. :  forces that have the power to change things —used generally to mean change is going to happen The winds of change have begun to blow.

Word by Word Definitions

windplay winds
  1. :  a natural movement of air of any velocity

    :  the earth's air or the gas surrounding a planet in natural motion horizontally

    :  an artificially produced movement of air

  1. :  to detect or follow by scent

    :  to expose to the air or wind :  dry by exposing to air

    :  to make short of breath

  1. :  to cause (something, such as a horn) to sound by blowing :  blow

    :  to sound (a call or note) on a horn

    :  to produce a sound on a horn

  1. :  weave

    :  entangle, involve

    :  to introduce sinuously or stealthily :  insinuate

  1. :  a mechanism (such as a winch) for winding

    :  an act of winding :  the state of being wound

    :  coil, turn

changeplay
  1. :  to make different in some particular :  alter

    :  to make radically different :  transform

    :  to give a different position, course, or direction to

  1. :  the act, process, or result of changing: such as

    :  alteration

    :  transformation


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