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I don’t want my boss to get wind of the fact that I’m leaving, so I’m not telling many people.

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get wind of something — informal phrase to find out about something secret or private De Gaulle got wind of the invasion plan in August 1942. Thesaurus: to find out informationsynonym Main entry: wind * * * get ˈwind of sth … Useful english dictionary

get wind of something — get wind of (something) to hear a piece of information that someone else was trying to keep secret. I don t want my boss to get wind of the fact that I m leaving so I m not telling many people … New idioms dictionary

get wind of something — informal to find out about something secret or private De Gaulle got wind of the invasion plan in August 1942 … English dictionary

catch/get wind of something — catch/get wind of (something) : to hear about (something private or secret) They got wind of our plans for a party. The police caught wind of the plot. • • • Main Entry: ↑wind … Useful english dictionary

get wind of — (something) to hear a piece of information that someone else was trying to keep secret. I don t want my boss to get wind of the fact that I m leaving so I m not telling many people … New idioms dictionary

get wind of — If you get wind of something, you hear or learn about it, especially if it was meant to be secret … The small dictionary of idiomes

get wind of — If you get wind of something, you hear about something you were unaware of, usually a private or secret matter. The chairman didn t want the press to get wind of the takeover before the agreement was signed … English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

get wind of — (informal) HEAR ABOUT/OF, learn of, find out about, be told about, be informed of; informal hear something on the grapevine. → wind * * * phrasal : to become aware of : learn of through hints or rumors got wind of the situation and came home * *… … Useful english dictionary

get wind — verb get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally I learned that she has two grown up children I see that you have been promoted • Syn: ↑learn, ↑hear, ↑get word, ↑pick up, ↑find out, ↑get a line, ↑ … Useful english dictionary

get wind of — hear about something I got wind of the company expansion from my friend … Idioms and examples

catch/get wind of — (something) : to hear about (something private or secret) They got wind of our plans for a party. The police caught wind of the plot. • • • Main Entry: ↑wind … Useful english dictionary

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get wind of something — informal phrase to find out about something secret or private De Gaulle got wind of the invasion plan in August 1942. Thesaurus: to find out informationsynonym Main entry: wind * * * get ˈwind of sth … Useful english dictionary

get wind of something — get wind of (something) to hear a piece of information that someone else was trying to keep secret. I don t want my boss to get wind of the fact that I m leaving so I m not telling many people … New idioms dictionary

get wind of something — informal to find out about something secret or private De Gaulle got wind of the invasion plan in August 1942 … English dictionary

catch/get wind of something — catch/get wind of (something) : to hear about (something private or secret) They got wind of our plans for a party. The police caught wind of the plot. • • • Main Entry: ↑wind … Useful english dictionary

get wind of — (something) to hear a piece of information that someone else was trying to keep secret. I don t want my boss to get wind of the fact that I m leaving so I m not telling many people … New idioms dictionary

get wind of — If you get wind of something, you hear or learn about it, especially if it was meant to be secret … The small dictionary of idiomes

get wind of — If you get wind of something, you hear about something you were unaware of, usually a private or secret matter. The chairman didn t want the press to get wind of the takeover before the agreement was signed … English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

get wind of — (informal) HEAR ABOUT/OF, learn of, find out about, be told about, be informed of; informal hear something on the grapevine. → wind * * * phrasal : to become aware of : learn of through hints or rumors got wind of the situation and came home * *… … Useful english dictionary

get wind — verb get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally I learned that she has two grown up children I see that you have been promoted • Syn: ↑learn, ↑hear, ↑get word, ↑pick up, ↑find out, ↑get a line, ↑ … Useful english dictionary

get wind of — hear about something I got wind of the company expansion from my friend … Idioms and examples

catch/get wind of — (something) : to hear about (something private or secret) They got wind of our plans for a party. The police caught wind of the plot. • • • Main Entry: ↑wind … Useful english dictionary

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get wind of something — informal phrase to find out about something secret or private De Gaulle got wind of the invasion plan in August 1942. Thesaurus: to find out informationsynonym Main entry: wind * * * get ˈwind of sth … Useful english dictionary

get wind of something — get wind of (something) to hear a piece of information that someone else was trying to keep secret. I don t want my boss to get wind of the fact that I m leaving so I m not telling many people … New idioms dictionary

get wind of something — informal to find out about something secret or private De Gaulle got wind of the invasion plan in August 1942 … English dictionary

catch/get wind of something — catch/get wind of (something) : to hear about (something private or secret) They got wind of our plans for a party. The police caught wind of the plot. • • • Main Entry: ↑wind … Useful english dictionary

get wind of — (something) to hear a piece of information that someone else was trying to keep secret. I don t want my boss to get wind of the fact that I m leaving so I m not telling many people … New idioms dictionary

get wind of — If you get wind of something, you hear or learn about it, especially if it was meant to be secret … The small dictionary of idiomes

get wind of — If you get wind of something, you hear about something you were unaware of, usually a private or secret matter. The chairman didn t want the press to get wind of the takeover before the agreement was signed … English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

get wind of — (informal) HEAR ABOUT/OF, learn of, find out about, be told about, be informed of; informal hear something on the grapevine. → wind * * * phrasal : to become aware of : learn of through hints or rumors got wind of the situation and came home * *… … Useful english dictionary

get wind — verb get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally I learned that she has two grown up children I see that you have been promoted • Syn: ↑learn, ↑hear, ↑get word, ↑pick up, ↑find out, ↑get a line, ↑ … Useful english dictionary

get wind of — hear about something I got wind of the company expansion from my friend … Idioms and examples

catch/get wind of — (something) : to hear about (something private or secret) They got wind of our plans for a party. The police caught wind of the plot. • • • Main Entry: ↑wind … Useful english dictionary

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