English version

like the wind

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlike the windlike the windif someone or something moves or runs like the wind, they move or run very quickly She ran like the wind down the stairs to escape. wind
Examples from the Corpus
like the windSomething was sweeping through that massive arena like the wind moving through the top of the trees.A light wind ruffled the leaves of the trees, but it was warm, not cold like the winds of winter.The boy was driving like the wind when suddenly we hit something.Cos it looks like the wind blew her face inside out.He swept towards me, like the wind raising a storm as soaring eagles raise dust.Will and I ran like the wind and only stopped when we reached the river.We rode like the wind and by ten o'clock had come to the edge of the forest of Zenda.
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