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English definition


  • 1. cloak that is folded or wrapped around a person

  • 2. a sandwich in which the filling is rolled up in a soft tortilla

  • 3. the covering (usually paper or cellophane) in which something is wrapped


  • 1. arrange or fold as a cover or protection;

    • "wrap the baby before taking her out"
    • "Wrap the present"
  • 2. wrap or coil around;

    • "roll your hair around your finger"
    • "Twine the thread around the spool"
  • 3. enclose or enfold completely with or as if with a covering;

    • "Fog enveloped the house"

Example sentences

  • Schoolmate, this is yours wrap what up?

  • Wrap plenty of paper round it.

  • He needed just one match point to wrap the victory up.

  • Wrap it up for me, please.

  • You can wrap the skirt around your waist.

  • Glue them together and wrap with plastic wrap, clamp tightly and let dry.

  • Use a cloth to wrap up the wound.

  • Shell viruses wrap themselves around a host program and don't modify the original program.

  • You can't wrap fire in paper.

  • So maybe it does make sense to wrap up warmly before going outside.

  • Let's wrap up the job and go home.

  • Wrap an oilcloth round the bedroll.

  • You'd better wrap it with a piece of clean cloth.

  • He is quite wrap ped up in studies.

  • You'd better wrap a clean cloth around your arm till the wound closes.

  • Mind you wrap up well if you go out.

  • Make sure you wrap up in the cold wind.

  • I love crisp wintry days when you wrap up in cosy winter clothes.

  • NATO defense ministers wrap up their meeting in Brussels today.

  • Wrap the foil over the fish.

  • Diana is taking the opportunity to wrap up the family presents.

  • Kids just love being able to romp around in the fresh air without having to wrap up warm.

  • Wrap your baby snugly in a shawl or blanket.

  • Mexican Indians used to wrap tough meat in leaves from the papaya tree.

  • Ministers are as keen as ever to wrap their activities in a shroud of secrecy.

  • Cut the salmon into long strips and wrap it round the circumference of the bread.

  • Seeing Sticht was keeping him from his golf game, and he hoped they could wrap it up quickly.

  • Remember to wrap up warmly on cold days.

  • I tucked some plastic wrap around the sandwiches to keep them from getting stale.

Phrase collocation

  • be wrapped up in

    be so engrossed or absorbed in (something) that one does not notice other people or things

  • wrap up (或 wrap someone up)

    put on (or dress someone in) warm clothes

    • wrap up warm.

    • Tim was well wrapped up against the weather.

    (亦作 wrap it up)[in imperative](Brit. informal)be quiet; stop talking or making a noise

  • wrap something up

    complete or conclude a discussion or agreement

    • they hope to wrap up negotiations within sixty days.

  • wrap up

    To bring to a conclusion; settle finally or successfully

    • wrap up a business deal.

    To summarize; recapitulate.

  • under wraps【非正式用语】

    Secret or concealed

    • “The news was kept under wraps for the three-day weekend”(&b{Boston Globe})

  • wrapped up in

    Completely immersed or absorbed in

    • She is wrapped up in her studies.

    Involved in

    • They were wrapped up in criminal activities.


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