- cover or enclose in paper or soft material；arrange paper or soft material round (someone or something), typically as a covering or for warmth or protection
- a loose outer garment or piece of material；(of a garment) having one part overlapping another; wrap-around
noun: wrap, plural noun: wraps
verb: wrap, 3rd person present: wraps, gerund or present participle: wrapping, past tense: wrapped, past participle: wrapped
- 1. cover or enclose in paper or soft material he wrapped up the Christmas presents Leonora wrapped herself in a large white bath towel 同義詞
- ▪ arrange paper or soft material round (someone or something), typically as a covering or for warmth or protection wrap the bandage around the injured limb
- ▪ place an arm, finger, or leg round he wrapped an arm around her waist
- ▪ clasp; embrace she wrapped him in her arms
- ▪ informal crash a vehicle into (a stationary object) Richard wrapped his car around a telegraph pole
- 2. cause (a word or unit of text) to be carried over to a new line automatically as the margin is reached, or to fit around embedded features such as pictures the program can automatically wrap text around irregularly shaped graphics words are wrapped to the next line if they are too long
- ▪ (of a word or unit of text) be carried over automatically as the margin is reached when you type, the text wraps to the next line the text in the document wraps around the image
- 3. informal finish filming or recording we wrapped on schedule three days later
- 1. a loose outer garment or piece of material beach wraps
- ▪ (of a garment) having one part overlapping another; wrap-around a wrap skirt
- ▪ paper or soft material used for wrapping plastic food wrap
- ▪ a veil of secrecy maintained about something, especially a new project details of the police operation are being kept under wraps
- ▪ British informal a small packet of a powdered illegal drug a £5 wrap of speed
- 2. informal the end of a session of filming or recording right, it's a wrap
- 3. a tortilla wrapped around a cold filling, eaten as a sandwich.
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Should be "Wreck the whole cmpany".