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  1. wrap

    • IPA[rap]

    英式

    • v.
      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
    • n.
      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

    • 釋義
    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. cover or enclose in paper or soft material:

      he wrapped up the Christmas presents

      Leonora wrapped herself in a large white bath towel

    • 2. 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

    • 3. place an arm, finger, or leg round:

      he wrapped an arm around her waist

    • 4. clasp; embrace:

      she wrapped him in her arms

    • 5. crash a vehicle into (a stationary object):

      Richard wrapped his car around a telegraph pole

    • 6. 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

    • 7. (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

    • 8. finish filming or recording:

      we wrapped on schedule three days later

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a loose outer garment or piece of material:

      beach wraps

    • 2. (of a garment) having one part overlapping another; wrap-around:

      a wrap skirt

    • 3. paper or soft material used for wrapping:

      plastic food wrap

    • 4. a veil of secrecy maintained about something, especially a new project:

      details of the police operation are being kept under wraps

    • 5. a small packet of a powdered illegal drug:

      a £5 wrap of speed

    • 6. the end of a session of filming or recording:

      right, it's a wrap

    • 7. a tortilla wrapped around a cold filling, eaten as a sandwich.
  2. 知識+

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    • wrap英文解釋

      Should be "Wreck the whole cmpany".