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Turkish translation of “wrap”

wrap

verb [T]
 
 
/ræp/ (present participle wrapping, past tense and past participle wrapped)
B1 ( also wrap up) to cover something or someone with paper, cloth, etc
sarmak, paket yapmak, sarıp sarmalamak
to wrap a present They wrapped him in a blanket. → Opposite unwrapWrapping, packing and loading
wrap sth around sb/sth B1 to fold paper, cloth, etc around something to cover it
sarmak, sarıp sarmalamak
He wrapped a towel around his waist.Enclosing, surrounding and immersing
wrap your arms/fingers, etc around sb/sth to put your arms/fingers, etc around someone or something
sarmak, dolamak
She wrapped her arms around my neck.Enclosing, surrounding and immersing
(Definition of wrap from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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