Definitions for wrapræp
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
wrapræp(v.; n.; adj.)wrapped, wrap•ping
(v.t.)to enclose in something wound or folded about (often fol. by up):
She wrapped her head in a scarf.
to enclose and make fast within a covering of paper or the like (often fol. by up):
Wrap the box up in brown paper.
to wind, fold, or bind (something) about as a covering.
to cover (fingernails) with a sheer silk or linen fabric, as to repair or strengthen the nails.
to protect with coverings, outer garments, etc. (usu. fol. by up).
to surround, envelop, or hide:
The village was wrapped in fog.
to fold or roll up.
to finish the filming of (a motion picture).
Category: Motion Pictures, Showbiz
(v.i.)to wrap oneself (usu. fol. by up).
to become wrapped, as about something; fold.
to complete the filming of a motion picture.
Category: Motion Pictures, Showbiz
wrap up, to conclude; finish work on: to give a summary of.
to wrap up a project.
Category: Verb Phrase
(n.)something to be wrapped about the person, esp. in addition to the usual indoor clothing, as a shawl, scarf, or sweater.
a sheer fabric glued to the fingernails to repair or strengthen them.
a beauty treatment in which a part or all of the body is covered with cream, lotion, herbs, or the like and then wrapped snugly with cloth.
Category: Common Vocabulary, Clothing
a piece of thin, flat bread wrapped around a filling and eaten as a sandwich.
the completion of photography on a motion picture or an individual scene. the termination of a working day during the shooting of a motion picture.
a wrap skirt.
Idioms for wrap:
under wraps,Informal. secret:
The army wants this research project kept under wraps.
Category: Idiom, Informal
wrapped up in, intensely absorbed in: involved in; bound up with:
wrapped up in one's work.
Peace is wrapped up in compromise.
Origin of wrap:
1275–1325; ME (v.), of obscure orig.
cloak that is folded or wrapped around a person
a sandwich in which the filling is rolled up in a soft tortilla
wrapping, wrap, wrapper(verb)
the covering (usually paper or cellophane) in which something is wrapped
wrap, wrap up(verb)
arrange or fold as a cover or protection
"wrap the baby before taking her out"; "Wrap the present"
wind, wrap, roll, twine(verb)
arrange or or coil around
"roll your hair around your finger"; "Twine the thread around the spool"; "She wrapped her arms around the child"
envelop, enfold, enwrap, wrap, enclose(verb)
enclose or enfold completely with or as if with a covering
"Fog enveloped the house"
crash into so as to coil around
"The teenager wrapped his car around the fire hydrant"
Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary
to put paper around a present
She was wrapping presents.; a box wrapped in brown paper
to put material around
He wrapped the injured woman in a blanket.; Wrap insulating tape around the pipes.
a sandwich wrapped in a thin piece of bread
a turkey/chicken/ham wrap
paper or plastic used to wrap things
gift wrap; sandwiches covered in plastic wrap
The movie's plot has been under wraps.
A garment that one wraps around the body to keep oneself warm.
A type of food consisting of various ingredients wrapped in a pancake.
The completion of all or a major part of a performance.
To enclose (an object) completely in any flexible, thin material such as fabric or paper.
To enclose or coil around an object or organism, as a form of grasping. A prerequisite to constriction in snakes.
To finish shooting (filming) a video, television show, or movie.
To avoid going over budget, let's make sure we wrap by ten.
Origin: From wrappen, from *wræppan, *wrappan, from wrappanan, from werp-, werb-. Cognate with Middle English wlappen, lappen, dialectal vravle, wrempen, goluppare (from Germanic). More at lap, envelop.
to snatch up; transport; -- chiefly used in the p. p. wrapt
to wind or fold together; to arrange in folds
to cover by winding or folding; to envelop completely; to involve; to infold; -- often with up
to conceal by enveloping or infolding; to hide; hence, to involve, as an effect or consequence; to be followed by
a wrapper; -- often used in the plural for blankets, furs, shawls, etc., used in riding or traveling
Translations for wrap
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
to roll or fold (round something or someone)
He wrapped his handkerchief round his bleeding finger.
- vou, omvouAfrikaans
- يَلُف حَوْلَArabic
- envolverPortuguese (BR)
- τυλίγω, διπλώνωGreek
- enrouler (autour de)French
- 두르다, 감다Korean
- membalut; membungkusMalay
- vikle rundtNorwegian
- تاوېدل، غبرګيدلPashto
- aînfăşura (în jurul)Romanian
- linda, viraSwedish
- sarmak, dolamakTurkish
- 纏繞，披掛Chinese (Trad.)
- загортати; скручуватиUkrainian
- gói lạiVietnamese
- 缠绕Chinese (Simp.)
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