wrapped, past tense; wrapped, past participle; wraps, 3rd person singular present; wrapt, past participle; wrapping, present participle;
Cover or enclose (someone or something) in paper or soft material
he wrapped the Christmas presents
Leonora wrapped herself in a large white bath towel
she wrapped him in her arms
Cover (the body) with a body wrap
Cover (the fingernails) with a nail wrap
Arrange paper or soft material around (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 around (someone or something)
he wrapped an arm around her waist
Crash a vehicle into (a stationary object)
Richard wrapped his car around a telephone pole
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
(of a word or unit or text) Be carried over in such a way
Finish filming or recording
we wrapped on schedule three days later
A loose outer garment or piece of material
Denoting a garment having one part overlapping another; wraparound
a wrap skirt
Paper or soft material used for wrapping
plastic food wrap
A veil of secrecy maintained about something, esp. a new project
details of the police operation are being kept under wraps
The end of a session of filming or recording
right, it's a wrap
A sandwich in which the filling is rolled in a soft tortilla
arrange or fold as a cover or protection; "wrap the baby before taking her out"; "Wrap the present"
cloak that is folded or wrapped around a person
wind: arrange or or coil around; "roll your hair around your finger"; "Twine the thread around the spool"; "She wrapped her arms around the child"
a sandwich in which the filling is rolled up in a soft tortilla
wrapping: the covering (usually paper or cellophane) in which something is wrapped
envelop: enclose or enfold completely with or as if with a covering; "Fog enveloped the house"
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wRAP is the first studio album by the Finnish rapper Kana. It was released on November 30, 2002, by Edel Records.
WRAP (833 AM) was the first radio station in the Central Florida area. It was licensed from March 10, 1923 through September 7, 1923.
A wrap, in the context of clothing, is a simple skirt-type garment made by wrapping a piece of material round the lower body. Many people of both genders throughout the world wear wraps in everyday life, however, in the West, they are largely worn by women. ...
Wrap is a phrase used by the director in the early days of the film industry to signal the end of filming. Nowadays, the call is more commonly "that's a wrap!" Films have used this since the 1920's when the filming was done and it just needed to go into post production.
A wrap, also known as a Chivito, is a variant of a taco or burrito which includes traditional sandwich fillings wrapped in a soft flour tortilla, pita, lavash or other soft flatbread. It is not served on a deli, hoagie, or submarine type roll. ...
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 ...
(Wrapped) Wrapping the wakeboard rope around behind your back so you don't have to perform a handle pass during a trick.
(Wrapped) Another term for guaranteed
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(Wrapped) The rider initiates a spin (or a mobe) with the rope ''wrapped'' around his body to eliminate the need for a handle pass. Sometimes criticized for making the move easier, but allowing the rider to grab the board for a longer duration, making up for it in the style category.
(Wrapped) value - A (key) which has been encrypted into an opaque datum which cannot be unwrapped (decrypted) for use except by an authorized user. Once created, the key is never visible, but may be used for other cryptographic operations.
(Wrapping) or Building round the corner - Building through the Ace, so that for example the sequence King, Ace, Two is allowed
(Wrapping) the method by which windows are made to blend into the outer portion of the wall.
(Wrapping) 1. In a network using dual counter-rotating ring architecture, reconfiguration to circumvent a failed link or node. 2. ...
(Wrapping) A method of applying narrow strips of veneer around a curved surface, such as a piece of furniture.
(Wrapping) The act of packaging the butchered meat to make it freezer-ready. Our butcher double-wraps all beef in white freezer wrap and labels the contents of each package (e.g., “Sirloin Steaks,” “Rump Roast,” “Ground Beef,” etc.).
(Wrapping) in rare cases when an aneurysm can't be clipped or coiled, the surgeon may choose to wrap the aneurysm with gauze material to promote scarring around the aneurysm wall and decrease the risk of future bleeding.
(Wrapping) refers to putting an opening and closing tag around content in HTML code. If you hear "You'll need to wrap it in an extra div," they mean that whatever content area is being referenced needs to have a <div> tag added before it and an </div> tag added after it.