verb wrapped, wrapping
- 1. To fold or wind something round someone or something.
2. To cover or enfold it.
- Thesaurus: enclose, bundle up, package, encase, surround, swathe, muffle, shroud, cloak, cocoon, sheathe, cover.
- Form: wrap something up (also)
- To embrace someone.
- 1. A warm garment, especially a shawl or stole for the shoulders.
- Thesaurus: shawl, cloak, cape, stole, mantle, robe.
3. A wrapper.
- The completion of filming or recording, or the end of a session of filming or recording.
To keep it secret.
To reveal it to the public for the first time.
- Absorbed in them or it; engrossed by them or it.
Phrasal Verb: wrap round
- Said eg of a piece of clothing: to pass right round with an overlap. See also wraparound 1.Said of text on a screen: to start a new line automatically as soon as the last character space on the previous line is filled. See also wraparound 2.
- To draw or pull (a garment) close round them.
- Example: She wrapped the scarf round her neck
- Example: She wrapped the coat round his shoulders
- Something to crash (a vehicle) into (a post or tree, etc).
- To dress warmly
- Example: Wrap up warm before you leave!
- To finish it off or settle it finally.To put and secure wrapping paper around it, especially a gift.