1. 表述：get a (one’s) second wind
释义：To gain a new strength or energy to continue something that is an effort. （再度恢复精力和力量）
例句： I planned to stop working at 9, but then I got a second wind and just kept going.
After midnight the dancers seemed to get their second wind and went on till dawn.
I often feel sleepy after supper and then I get a second wind later in the evening.
The runners get their second wind when there is a light rain.
2. 表述：get the wind up someone
释义：To make someone very anxious, upset, or frightened. （使受到惊吓，使担心害怕）
例句：If they keep putting pressure on you, we'll threaten them with legal action—that should get the wind up them!
He got the wind up his attacker by calling for the police.
A terrorist attack getts the wnid up many people.
Why did you have to get the wind up your younger sister like that?