- 1cover or enclose (someone or something) in paper or soft material
- 2fold (something) around an object
- 3put a bandage or covering around (an injury or part of the body)
Using wrap: Examples
Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "wrap" can be used in various situations through the following examples!
She wrapped the gift in colorful paper.
He wrapped his arms around her.
The scarf was wrapped tightly around her neck.
The nurse wrapped the bandage around the wound.
wrap Synonyms and Antonyms
Phrases with wrap
complete or finish something
Let's wrap up this meeting and move on to the next agenda item.
I just can't wrap my head around this math problem.
a celebration held at the end of filming a movie or TV show, where cast and crew members receive gifts and awards
The wrap party for the movie was held at a fancy restaurant in Hollywood.
Origins of wrap
from Old English 'wræppan', meaning 'to wrap'
Summary: wrap in Brief
To 'wrap' [ræp] means to cover or enclose something with paper or soft material, or to fold something around an object. It also means to put a bandage or covering around an injury or part of the body. Phrases like 'wrap up' and 'wrap one's head around' denote completion and understanding, respectively.