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n. wind blowing opposite the course of a moving object (ship, airplane, etc.)
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A tailwind is a wind that blows in the direction of travel of an object, while a headwind blows against the direction of travel. A tailwind increases the object's speed and reduces the time required to reach its destination, while a headwind has the opposite effect. Tailwinds and headwinds are commonly measured in relation to the speed of vehicles — commonly air and watercraft — as well as in running events — particularly sprints.
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1. wind blowing opposite to the path of a ship or aircraft
(hypernym) wind, air current, current of air
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