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Translation of "wrap" - English-Spanish dictionary

wrap

verb   /ræp/ ( present participle wrapping, past tense and past participle wrapped) ( also wrap up)
B1 to cover something or someone with paper, cloth, etc. envolver to wrap a present They wrapped him in a blanket. →  Opposite unwrap
(Definition of wrap from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

wrap

verb /rӕp/ ( past tense, past participle wrapped)
to roll or fold (round something or someone) enrollar He wrapped his handkerchief round his bleeding finger.
to cover by folding or winding something round envolver She wrapped the book (up) in brown paper She wrapped the baby up in a warm shawl.
wrapper noun
a paper cover for a sweet, packet of cigarettes etc envoltura, envase, sobrecubierta a sweet wrapper.
wrapping noun
something used to wrap or pack something in envoltura, envase Christmas wrappings.
wrapping paper noun
coloured/colored paper for wrapping presents papel para regalo a roll/sheet of wrapping paper.
wrapped up in
giving all one’s attention to estar absorto en algo, no pensar más que en algo She’s very wrapped up in her work these days.
wrap up phrasal verb
to dress warmly abrigarse You have to wrap up well if you visit England in winter Wrap the child up well.
(Definition of wrap from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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