wrap sth up Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"wrap sth up" in British English

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wrap sth up

phrasal verb with wrap uk   us   /ræp/ verb [T] (-pp-)

wrap sth up (COVER)

B1 to ​cover or ​surround something in ​paper, ​cloth, or other ​material: Have you ​wrapped up Jenny's ​presentyet?

wrap sth up (FINISH)

informal to ​complete something ​successfully: That just about ​wraps it up for today.
(Definition of wrap sth up from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"wrap sth up" in Business English

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wrap sth up

phrasal verb with wrap uk   us   /ræp/ verb [T] (-pp-)
to put ​paper, cloth, or other ​material around something: This Christmas, ​recordnumbers of ​shoppers are choosing to ​wrap up ​giftcards instead of Game Boys.
informal to complete something successfully or to ​finish doing something: My guess is they'll ​wrap the ​meeting up fairly quickly. All ​right, Chris, we're going to have to ​wrap it up there.
(Definition of wrap sth up from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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