transitive verbwrapped, wrap′ping
- to wind or fold (a covering) around something
- to cover by this means
- to envelop, surround, overspread, etc. or hide, conceal, veil, etc. as by enveloping: a town wrapped in fog
- to enclose and fasten in a wrapper of paper, etc.: a box wrapped for mailing
- to wind or fold: to wrap one's arms around someone
- Film to complete photographing (a film, scene, etc.)
Origin of wrapMiddle English wrappen
- to twine, extend, coil, etc.: usually with over, around, etc.
- Film to complete the photographing of a film, scene, etc.
- an outer covering; esp.,
- something worn by being wrapped around the body, as a shawl
- [usually pl.] an outer garment, as an overcoat
- a blanket
- material used for wrapping things
- a kind of sandwich consisting of a piece of flatbread wrapped around any of various fillings
- Film the completion of the photographing of a film, a scene, etc.
(kept) under wraps
wrapped up in
- devoted to; absorbed or engrossed in (work, etc.)
- involved or implicated in
- to enfold in a covering
- to put on warm clothing
- to bring to an end; make final; settle
- to give a concluding, summarizing statement, report, etc.