1. Expresson：get wind of
Explanation：To become aware of something, especially something being kept secret, through indirect means. （得到……的风声，风闻）
e.g. If Mom gets wind of this prank we're planning, we'll be grounded for the rest of the summer.
e.g. John got wind of the gossip being spread about him.
e.g. If we lay here in camp, there might be archers skulking down to get wind of us.
e.g. As soon as they get wind of the terrible situation, they start thinking of flight.
Vocabulary：indirect：间接的 prank：戏谑，恶作剧 flight：逃走
2. Expression: go like the wind
Explaination: To move very quickly. （飞快行动）
e.g. Come on, kids, go like the wind out to the car, or else we're going to be late!
e.g. It was lucky that all these young wives had grown up by the river: their boat went like the wind.
e.g. That is what he wanted, sir, he is as gentle as a girl but he goes like the wind.
Emily's new bicycle can really go like the wind.