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wind up (something) or wind (something) up
to end something, to finish something, to settle something
It was time to wind up our project and go home.
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  • wind up (with something)
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  • wink at (something)
  • winning streak
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  • wipe off (something) or wipe (something) off
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  • wipe the floor with (someone)
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  • in trouble
  • in all probability
  • be had
  • return the favor
  • bail out (someone or something) or bail (someone or something) out
  • take out a loan
  • have a frog in one's throat
  • work wonders (with someone or something)
  • trouble one's head about (someone or something)

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    Conditioning agents

    Some materials are also added to shampoos to offset the sometimes harsh effect of surfactants on hair and fabrics. Typical conditioning agents include polymers, silicones, and quaternary agents. Each of these compounds deposit on the surface of the hair and improve its feel, softness, and combability, while reducing static charge. Shampoos that specifically feature conditioning as a benefit are called 2 in 1 shampoos because they clean and condition hair in the same step. Examples of conditioning agents include guar hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride which is a polymer, dimethicone which is a silicone, and quatemium 80, a quatemary agent.


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