Meaning: If you get wind of something, you hear or learn about it, especially if it was meant to be secret.
- Category: Weather
Idioms similar to 'Get wind of'
- Seven sheets to the wind
- Billy Wind
- Know which way the wind blows
- Twisting in the wind
- Throw caution to the wind
- Sail close to the wind
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