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1. Having breath or respiratory power of a specified kind. Often used in combination: short-winded; broken-winded.
2. Out of breath: a winded runner.
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1. (Physiology) out of breath, as from strenuous exercise
2. (Physiology) (in combination) having breath or wind as specified: broken-winded; short-winded.
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1. out of breath.
2. having wind or breath of a specified kind (usu. used in combination): short-winded.
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|Adj.||1.||winded - breathing laboriously or convulsively|
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adjective out of breath, panting, puffed, breathless, gasping for breath, puffed out, out of puff, out of whack (informal) He fell to the ground and lay there, winded.
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windedadj (fam) sin aliento or aire
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