wrap

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Pronunciation[change]

Homophones[change]

Verb[change]

Plain form
wrap

Third-person singular
wraps

Past tense
wrapped

Past participle
wrapped

Present participle
wrapping

  1. If you wrap something you cover it with something like paper or cloth. This might be done by winding the paper or cloth over it.
    I wrapped the gifts in paper.
    The string was wrapped around a stick.
  2. If you wrap something up you finish it.
    We need to wrap up this meeting and get back to work.

Noun[change]

Singular
wrap

Plural
wraps

  1. A piece of clothing that you can wrap around your body to keep warm.
  2. Something you wrap things in; a wrapper.
    I bought some giftwrap from the gift.
  3. A food wrapped in soft bread.
    I had a chicken wrap for lunch.
  4. You can say, "That's a wrap!" to say you have finished something.